I went out to hang a hummingbird feeder I'd just refilled and heard little chattering. I looked up and two very young pygmy nuthatches were sitting there wiggling and chattering within about 4 feet of my head. Of course when I got my camera they were gone and I searched likely areas without seeing them. Although we occasionally (rarely) see them around this area we almost never see them at our place. Oddly enough the last time I remember seeing them at our place there were several very young ones sitting on a branch. Wish they'd make it a habit. That was years ago.
I'm pretty sure we had a yellow-rumped warbler today. Very gray but lighter in the right areas and chipping as it moved through the hawthorn. I tried to coax it to the water feature where I think it wanted to go but it didn't cooperate.
We still have numerous hummingbirds including black-chinned male (?s) and a territorial rufous female.
The serviceberries are fully ripe now and many birds are taking advantage.
The coyotes are howling - hopefully they'll discover that we have a generous rabbit supply.