They come in all sizes, from the tiny Goldfinch above to the larger warbler below.
And the camp-robbing Jays are showing up more often now that they've learned about it.
Earlier in the week a Gambel's Quail approached it but then ambled away.
We've had the Rufous Towhee drinking and bathing in the basin.
We had a very surprise visitor one day with a hawk perched on the edge.
Mourning doves pay their visits.
And yesterday, just for an instant, there was a big-assed PIGEON who jumped up and cooled off his feet.
As I was grabbing for the camera he flew away so you have to take my word for that one.