So I cut some of the coneflower seedheads from the front garden and wove their stems into the latticework of our trellis to see if any goldfinches would go to that instead of the feeder. At least one goldie seems to approve.
Down below the thistle seed feeder, a mourning dove scavenges the spilled seed.
Meanwhile over at the mixed seed feeder, a chipping sparrow or 2 chow down on the millet seed.
And 3 purple finches (only the males have the reddish coloring) visit the mixed seed feeder and the thistle seed feeder.
And finally a comparison of the relative sizes of the hairy woodpecker (top) and the downy woodpecker (bottom). Notice the solid tail feathers of the hairy and the barred tail feathers of the downy.