Here's a super slow-motion video of the Red-bellied Woodpecker pecking at some suet. It is a 3-second capture taken at 400 frames per second and played back over a 40-second time span.
Not to be outdone, my Golden-crowned Sparrow made a brief, 1 minute appearance before leaving the scene with a White-throated Sparrow that it appears to be hanging with. I've not seen the GCSP in almost a month, so I was happily surprised that its still in the area. I can guess that it will now stick around the entire winter as long as there is a food supply.
I'm not overly thrilled w/ my image quality, but low light, snow and shooting through the window did have a tendency to reduce sharpness by a factor of "significantly".