A storm was on it's way and the feeder gang was more diverse than usual. Maybe they were loading up, just in case? The geese at the top of the page were from Howarth Park earlier in the day. The rest appeared at my feeder between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. The Hairy woodpecker (Picoides villosus)...oops! Make that Nuttall's woodpecker (Picoides nuttallii) was in constant motion, cruising along the top of our fence and pausing here and there to peck small holes in the wood. The chestnut chickadee came when everyone else had gone and was a stealth feeder like the oak titmouse. It would furtively fly to the feeder, grab a seed and furtively take off, presumably to eat the seed. In a few moments it would return and do it all over again. The Chickadee was a stealth feeder, landing on the platform feeder, looking about furtively, grabbing a seed and flying off to eat it, then returning to repeat the whole act again.