Sigh! The trouble with living in the city is that we have so few birds during the summer. I normally stop feeding, because usually the only birds are the S.S.P.'s (Starlings/House Sparrows/Pigeons), none of which need the help!
Our year round birds, Chickadees, Hairy/Downy/Pileated Woodpeckers and White-Breasted Nuthatches are typically scarce around the feeders during the summer. We don't see many fledglings at all from these birds.
There might still be a close by pair of Chipping Sparrows however, so with any luck, they'll bring some babies around to visit!
We did get a Baltimore Oriole, a male, that visited on the 27th. He was most suspicious, and flew off anytime someone went to the window, so no photos! But very glad to have the visit anyways!
A female Downy Woodpecker, wonder what's caught her eye!
Sure hope this works! Caught a Swainsons Thrush having a bath, but didn't have much luck at photos, so thought I'd try a video!