Another close up image from my feeder session using the pop-up blind came when a Mourning Dove lit on a nearby log. Doves are ground feeders and will not perch on our naturalized feeders; perferring to forage on the seed that other birds have scattered on the ground. Other species like the fox and white-throat sparrows share the doves preference for ground feeding making it more difficult to photograph them well as compared to the perching birds.
Birds are not the only critters to visit the feeders as can be seen here with one eye looking out of woodpecker hole.
To my knowledge the Pileated Woodpeckers are the only woodpecker species in our area who chisel rectangular holes.