However, I'll cut tag it out of politeness to the non-ornithologically-inclined.
Dark-eyed Junco (slate-sided race)
Yellow-rumped warbler (myrtle race)
Looks like 35 birds. A significant chunk of all the birds I've seen in my life! There are also a lot of birds I've seen way up in the sky--buzzards, and some variety or other of hawk--but they're not down in the trees here, so I'll leave 'em out for my purposes. (Not that I wouldn't squee with glee to get a buzzard down here, but I don't think I'm willing to set up a fresh carrion feeder. And the landlady would definitely protest.) But it seems like that's a lot of variety for a hunk of mixed, largely non-native trees maybe a hundred yards deep, plopped in the middle of the...well, not suburbs, but not really massively urban either. (Medium Residential, let us say--duplexes and townhouses predominate, but plenty of single homes, too.) Surprisingly native species, too. There are house sparrows and starlings in riotous profusion a block over, in one of the little strip malls, but they haven't colonized this area. Granted, my feeders--and those of half the other people on the block--have got to be a big draw, and probably accounts for the sheer numbers. But it's still pretty neat.