A mourning dove in the maple tree outside the kitchen window. Their drab coloration makes them rather hard to spot in the trees, but their distinctive, mournful cooing gives them away.
The Stinger 40 Watt bug zapper that I installed last year quit working when I plugged it in this spring, so I replaced it with a much more powerful Flowtron 80 Watt zapper. The Stinger was a poor design; it used a metal grid to zap the bugs, which clogged up after just a single day. If I didn't clean it out every morning, it would become totally useless within a few days. The Flowtron uses a more open metal rod system that doesn't appear to clog. On the down side, the bulb is extremely bright and it's more into the visible spectrum than the Stinger's blacklight bulb. (I seem to be having bad luck with bug zappers; my Nosquito indoor mosquito trap also quit working. At least in that case, it was just a dead bulb.)