Being stuck at home during quarantine I've had a chance to watch the feeders @ my house near Iron Mountain in Poway. There have been lots of common birds, California Scrub Jays, California Thrasher, California Towhees, Spotted Towhees, White-Crowned Sparrows, House Finches, Bewick's Wrens etc. Also a ton of Bullock's and Hooded Orioles, but 90% Hooded this year. Anna's/Allen's hummingbirds mostly. There is one Rufous around but I can't get a decent photo of it. There are also Black-Chinned that come in and out, and there are Costa's that come in and out but never for more than a day or so.
No rarities so far, but the hummingbird feeders have been very lightly used by Hummingbirds, I think because there are still so many wild flowers around, so the hummingbirds are mostly in the Sumac Bushes. Hoping to see a Calliope or something soon, but again, the feeders are always full of Orioles and there is plenty of natural vegetation around.
I made a short video showing the birds around my house for the past month or so. It can be seen here.
Quaratine Bird Video can be seen here on Vimeo – https://vimeo.com/406747582
Also here on Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg9_Xg07Rq8
Source: SanDiegoRegionBirding Latest Reports