Caleb and I spotted this brown-headed nuthatch drinking there. I was too shaky to get a good picture, but at least it's evidence of what we saw.
We got lucky and saw two phoebes at one time. One was using the same perch on the crepe myrtle limb.
If you look closely in the center of this picture, you will see a chickadee drinking sugar maple sap that is dripping from a hole made by a woodpecker.
Later, when I was coming back from taking a walk, I saw four light colored birds. I took a look through my binoculars. Yes, they were cedar waxwings. They had landed in the top of a small oak, catching the last bit of sun on a very cold day. I did manage to get the evidence that they were there even though they were farther away than the one I had seen earlier.
Another pretty sunset... a cold night in store. I hope the birds find a sheltered perch for the night.