Bluejays and cardinals were easy to spot in the trees and as they visited the feeders, though too quick for anything but this one photo.
And the most exciting for me of all, the red-bellied woodpecker visited briefly. You'll have to look very closely to see him hiding here on a branch. The red-bellied woodpeckers are not seen as often at my house as the downys, so their few visits are always cause for excitement.
The week of February 7--12 was bitterly cold, and there was still a heavy snow cover. But last week's warm spell, which reached into the upper 50's at times and melted all but a few piles of snow, may have prompted the birds to change their patterns. Even the dark-eyed juncos, which have been around all winter long, were nowhere to be found during Bird Count weekend. I don't know; maybe they all decided to go skiing in Wisconsin for the weekend.