The multi-footed kind. And a few one-footed ones.
Grey squirrel. Getting tamer by the day.
Scruffy. I finally discovered today, that she's female. And raising a family.
Cabbage white butterfly. Also female; you can tell by the two spots on her wings; males have one.
Robin. One of a pair that came at suppertime to forage for worms.
This snail had been sitting quietly on the birdhouse for hours, but as soon as I decided to photograph him, he got very active. He took a great interest in the camera, and at one point decided to climb up the lens. Luckily, I was using my home-made lens, which was easy enough to clean.
I gave him a sheet of glass instead of my lens. And got a shot of his underside. Up front, if you click on the photo to see it full size, you can distinguish some mouth parts, looking like 4 pale teeth. There is a gland also at the front, which secretes a constant stream of mucus for the snail to slide on. (And to smear up camera lenses.)
There's a nice page on snail anatomy here.
Not photographed, but making their presence known; nuthatches, chickadees, pine siskins, a couple of flies, an American House spider, a batch of sowbugs, and too many slugs (now deceased).