Unfortunately we do not yet have a feeder-cam and, though we love the old wavy glass in our windows, it does not lend itself to taking pictures through it. even so, we have tried to capture the view from the kitchen. we have had very active feeders this winter. some of the visitor highlights have been a tree sparrow, a carolina wren, a cooper's hawk and a redpoll. regular visitors include a choir of song sparrows, cardinals, chickadees, titmice, juncos, goldfinches, house finches, house sparrows, downy woodpeckers, white breasted nuthatches, blue jays, mourning doves, occasional starlings, and a mockingbird (that drinks from the birdbath but doesn't eat from the feeders). here are some blurry, and clear, pictures of a few of these feathered friends...
finches at the nyger (also known as thistle) feeder
i think this might be the tree sparrow...
a house finch
a cardinal in the shrub and a squirrel in the snow
a house finch and a titmouse
and a junco on the top right