Saw a cool bird called a Phainopepla yesterday, or rather, four of them. I've never even heard of 'em before (and don't ask me to pronounce the name.) They look sort of like a large titmouse, the same thin crest, but the males are jet black and both sexes have blood-red eyes. They look a little crazed. When they fly, these immense white wing patches are suddenly visible, so they're very flashy in the air. Apparently they live primarily on mistletoe berries. (They belong to a family called the "Silky Flycatchers," which is just a cool name.)
I really like this bird for some reason. Maybe it's the crazy eyes.
*cough* Having exceeded bandwidth for some innocent sites, let me just suggest you google the little buggers.