The catkins of hazelnuts are expanding, and are at present the ruling inflorescences of the tree world. This is the same tree on which in November I photographed Squeaky the Anna's Hummingbird. The catkins have tripled or quadrupled in size since then.
Nuthatch. It is a major goal to take a half-decent picture of a Red-breasted Nuthatch. I have taken many, many pictures of Red-breasted Nuthatches, and to a one they have been sadly lacking. Not always in the same way, but always sadly lacking.
A rash of American Robins was feeding on holly berries. Perhaps they had fermented, because after scarfing down a few, the robins would fly to a nearby birch and sit very still.