Pictures of birds, plants and other things in the garden.
I don't think we have Orioles in the Albuquerque area, but Ladderback Woodpeckers have discovered the sweet water in the flying-saucer shaped hummer feeders and the last 2 years or so they have taught their babies how to take advantage of it: position beak over hole, poke long tongue down into water, enjoy! I've got pics and video. Of course male hummers are very territorial (that's one of their few jobs), but females can be, too. However, I've seen a #1 boss female (at least that day) drinking at a feeder, and another female (or more) will come along, test out the tolerance of female #1, and #1 will allow the little lady to approach and drink, too... then say "Okay, that's enough, on your way now." No arguing. Each understands what the other has to go through to raise the kids!