No. Wrong time of year, probably. But there were a few patches of a white fibrous mass, and many tiny yellowish "thumbtacks".
The large yellow circles are about the size of a pinhead.
But what is that little thing at the bottom left? It looks like it has legs.
I examined the whole birdhouse with a magnifying glass. Eventually, I saw movement:
He was racing along, and I soon lost him down a crack. But I found another, peacefully grazing:
Dicyrtomina ornata, I think. Isn't he cute?
Rear view, and the reason for my tentative ID
Looking for info and ID, tonight, I found some amazing photos of these; a whole album of springtails, by Brian Valentine, and with comments and ID by Frans Janssens. And here's a slideshow by Krister Hall; just beautiful!
After looking over those, I was tempted to scrap my blurry photos. But I didn't; I inflicted them on you, instead. Now, go on over to Flickr and delight your eyes.