I guess I can see approximately 120 around the feeders during the hour before dark, and then again just as it starts getting light in the morning. Numbers wise, about three weeks ahead of last year. They have a double peak max, the first one around the 1st of June. Right now most appear to be males and get along fairly well. That changes at max when they start the mating routine. Only have 8 feeders up at the moment, had 16 last year at max, and it looks like I will likely need more this year.