The acorn woodpecker posed for several photos from about 15 feet away.
A stellar jay joined him and it seemed like they were buddies, but I think not.
Scrub jays were everywhere, both adult and imature.
An imature Oregon junco landed on a fence wire about six feet from my blind window.
As I shifted around in my blind, trying to make sure I could shoot effectively if a buck showed up, I looked up and too my surprize was greeted by two nice bucks looking my way and wondering why sound was emanating from the blind.
A golden eagle landed across the pond and I got one shot of him taking off.
While heading out, I spotted a large boar at a nearby pond, but it was too late to go after him and he had already heard my truck anyway.