I sat and watched the birds at my feeders this morning. We see dark eyed juncos, chestnut-backed chickadees, bushtits, Anna's hummingbirds, red-breasted nuthatch. Sadly, we recently found a deceased varied thrush in the yard. We do not know how it died. A very beautiful bird and a shame to find it this way. We also have wrens, but struggled to identify which type. We used Merlin to help identify from the sound function. It sounds like it's a Bewick's wren.
I have a nesting pair of Oregon Dark-eyed Juncos underneath my deck. This bird is sparrow-sized with white outer tail feathers and likes to forage on the ground for seeds that fall from the feeder in our pear tree.
Glaucus-winged gull made an appearance on my deck while I watched song birds at the feeders. Couldn't figure out what he was after - bird seed? suet? He was quite silly and stumbled over his webbed feet as he walked along the rail :)