This morning I've been seeing white-breasted nuthatches at my feeder. This is unusual. I don't recall seeing them before. We have red-breasted nuthatches year-round, but I've only seen the white ones further south. The last one I remember seeing was at the Grand Canyon. I know they're common almost all over the US, but they simply don't come to my feeder, that I know of. We've been having a strange winter (probably because of El Nino), so maybe that's why they're showing up. Below are some sea birds I photographed while in Seattle.