At one point I counted 10 Mourning doves in the front yard. Four of them were sitting on the roof of my car before I managed to snap this photo.
Other regulars are the Juncos. During the storm last week I managed to capture a male make numerous attempts to get to the suet feeder.
Hard to tell, but he was eyeing that feeder from every angle in between attempts.
And then yesterday I caught a glimpse of a bird I did not recognize right away at the feeder. Why are they always on the opposite side from the camera??
I wish there was more to see, sorry. Anyways it turns out this is a Carolina Wren. I have seen them occasionally in the summer but was not aware that they have been staying north more frequently than in the past. Must be our warm winters.
Other winter regulars at the feeder are the cardinal, nuthatches, and downy woodpecker.
All these photos were taken from my bedroom window where it is nice and warm.