I have a young Blue Jay who comes to my Magnolia tree and chortles, asking for a peanut.
Then he flies down gets one and goes back into the tree to eat it. He then chortles again and flies off with the second peanut. That’s why I call him Peanuts. He also loves to swim.
I also have a frequently-visiting crow who loves peanuts as well.
American Goldfinch / Gray Catbird
Tufted Titmouse / House Wren & Tufted Titmouse
Downy Woodpecker / Brown-Headed Nuthatch
House Finches and Goldfinches
Eastern Phoebe / Eastern Bluebird
*** Young female Northern Cardinal / Mourning Dove
Blue Jay / House Finch
House Finch / Ruby-Throated Humming Bird
Great Egret / Great Blue Heron
All of the photos above were taken in North Carolina. The two photos below were taken in New York last spring. This mother sparrow raised babies in the support post that holds up a traffic light on the corner of my street in the West Village (corner of Bleecher and Bank Streets) in Manhattan. The photos speak for themselves; click to enlarge to see babies.