They still visit the bird bath in the back yard frequently though we have yet to see one actually bathe. But they like the water to drink, as do the Mountain Jays that visit from time to time.
Oh, and we did have a snake visitor the other day. The cats spotted it first as it came out of the front yard and into the street, when Judy spotted it. I went outside to take a look. He looked like a rattlesnake but when I got fairly close I could not see any rattles and he didn't threaten. Later I found one like him via The Google and decided it was a Long Nosed Snake, non-venomous. Here's the one I found on the web.
The Google says they feed on lizards and amphibians. Nothing about baby birds who have fallen from their nest and are helpless on the ground. So we can forget about that, I think.
The bunnies are still around in the evening.
Last night we had two in the yard at once and then I caught a glimpse of a couple more running in the street out back. We don't have any garden plants so they're harmless to us and fun to watch. And it gives Judy something else to put water out for.
The wind is quieter today but seems to be indicating a desire to kick up once again.
Such is life in MY little Wild Kingdom.