Yesterday I saw blue jays, cardinals, and a couple of friendly robins... and today I think I saw a cute little chickadee. I hear the Sandhill cranes have started to migrate through, but I haven't seen any of them yet.
Edit: Grus canadensis are "Sandhill cranes," not "Sandhills cranes."
Today (2/17) in north-central Florida, winter in northern climes, robins, titmice, cedar waxwings, and Carolina wrens were taking it in turns drinking water from a 5-gallon paint bucket that I use to catch rainwater for use in the vegetable garden. My big tomcat drinks from that same bucket too. Thankfully, he observes birds, as I do, and does not hunt them.