The nuthatch usually is found poking around for insects on tree trunks, usually upside down. They will frequent bird feeders in winter, for obvious reasons, but this one we found at the feeder in June. A lazy boy.
This female northern cardinal not only hung around the bird feeder every day, she was a common sight in the yard during our visit to northern Maryland
This one was found in Maryland last month but they are a common north American species.