I saw a new species of woodpecker today, a Red-bellied Woodpecker. It's a fairly large bird, compared to the Downy Woodpeckers who frequent the suet cake feeder, with a large splash of red on its crown and a back-and-white striped back.
The other day there were no less than eight cardinals around the feeders. It was a riot of brilliant red amid the dreary white and gray of winter.
I had some bananas that sat around too long and turned to mush, so I tossed them outside under the feeders. I wonder if any of the birds will eat them.
I've also been setting food out for the rabbits. I saw one eating out of the container yesterday morning.