These rangy finches with speckled chests and slivers of yellow in their wings most love seeds, but they’ll go for suet too. They’re a territorial group, who don’t seem to like anyone much.
That white eyebrow distinguishes this elegant little bird, but so do its scimitar beak and flat, straight tail. A feeder offers one of the few chances to see this bird out of the shadow of shrubs.
A bouncing ball of a bird, this tiny insect predator keeps his crown under wraps, so look for the white bars on its shoulders and the stripes of gold on its wings and tail.
A bitty gray and drab bird that looks like a ping-pong ball sprouted wings, bushtits mob feeders. They’ll hang from any angle, and may even get themselves stuck inside the crate.