I did make a trek down one morning for the Solitaire. It seems to have noticeably less berries on its cedar than it did 6 weeks ago.
The lighting was brutal early on an overcast morning.
Other than that I've mostly just been watching the feeders and playing around with settings on the camera. I usually have a White-throated Sparrow or two try to winter in the river bottom. They usually start coming into the feeder when snow cover develops.
Finally a nuthatch that flew just as I shot. I'm not sure if the dark P1 and P2 are retained older feathers or if those feathers are typically darker, will just have to keep shooting to try to figure it out...