Cassin's Vireo holding (l) and swallowing (r) rough stink bug caught in juniper and taken to Douglas-fir for consumption.
Common Raven - small group of 5 soaring high together over nw corner
Yellow-rumped Warbler - at least 25, mostly after yellowjackets in elms
Wilson's Warbler - 2
Ruby-crowned Kinglet (several)
Dark-eyed Junco - half dozen along the ditch
Western Tanager - 3-4 in buckthorns and junipers getting fruit/cones
Hairy Woodpecker - 1 male
Turkey Vulture - 1 soaring high, last of the year?
Barn Swallows, grackles and hummers appear to be gone. Today was first time in last few weeks I didn't notice a Townsend's Warbler.
Both goldfinches still present, mostly in sunflowers in the backyard of the first house ne of the entrance on Grandview Avenue (the dogs, Ella, Bert and Macey, will bark if you check, just so you know).
Lots of caching/probing action from the "regulars" (Red-breasted Nuthatch, White-breasted Nuthatch, Brown Creeper).
No solitaire yet, no recent crossbills, recent influx of Zonotrichia sparrows and the Spotted Towhee appears to be over.
Psyllids, probably the smaller blistergall makers, are beginning to hatch, which means hackberries are worth checking over the next 2 weeks for small insectivores like warblers, kinglets, etc.