It is worth noting that during this experiment with the Eye-Fi card (see previous post), I added another species to the BirdCam's life-list: the Cedar Waxwing. This is one of my favorite birds, and along with the Northern Flicker, it is one that I've wanted badly to capture with the BirdCam. While both happen through our yard every winter, neither frequents bird feeders. The Waxwings were hitting the bath this morning amid a massive flock of Robins, so I was able to capture a few shots. I've seen a Yellow-Hammer (Alabama slang for our state bird) at this bath, so I feel good about capturing that one as well.
NOTE: these images are slightly out of focus. I set the BirdCam focus ring to the closest setting (18"-24") and the bath is just beyond that range. If you look at the whole photo album, you will see shots with sharply-focused birds on the railing in front of the bath.