A Red-breasted Nuthatch visited a little known feeder here. One of this feeders first visitors since summer.
The Stellar Jays will hit the feeder near the bath so that he can eat the seed that falls - they have gobbled up 3 feeders full of seed in just a couple of days. I've since stopped using the feeder and broadcast some seed, instead. The order of the "bath": Junco's bathe, Stellar Jays (mainly to feed and do not bathe) and then the Towhee's.
There are a few different colored Junco's within the flock. Some have dark eyes and slate colored heads, others have dark black heads.
A flock of European Starlings were feeding in a field down the road and a flock of Crows feed less than a 1/4 mile from them.
I noticed one day while visiting Puyallup that there are flocks and flocks of birds roosting between the commercial signage on the roadside. I suppose that makes a good wind break and roosting between the opposing signs keeps them warmer at night.