I got a new cheap bird feeder to see what I could attract to the yard besides bluebirds. I put it and one of the birdbaths on the side of the yard away from the bluebirds to give them some space, and immediately attracted a bunch of finches, including goldfinches. Despite the two separate areas, one of the goldfinches intruded on the other side of the yard and the male bluebird spent five minutes trying to drive him away.
The first feeder image was taken with the M100 remotely triggered with a cell phone app. The camera is very close to the feeder and the focal length is 37mm. The goldfinch at the feeder and the female bluebird on the post were 500mm lens on 5D Mark III remotely triggered with my long-range infrared device. Once again I was reminded that remote and motion triggering require pre-focusing, and it doesn't always work even with a small target area. These are in focus, but not all of them were.
Also shown are overnight visitors to the new birdbath location.