The bird at the top of the shot above is an American Robin, the little one in the middle is a finch, and the one at the bottom is probably a male rufous-sided towhee.
It's hard to tell in the shot above if it's really a male towhee (that's the same bird as the one in the same bath in the first shot) since the black feathers are covering the white and rust feathers.
From looking online, I'm pretty sure the bird above is an immature brown thrasher but I'm not positive.
The female house finch above blends in perfectly with the deck floor.
The female cardinal above was moving her head so fast it blurred a little. I'm pretty sure the bird below is an immature cardinal.
The next shot is of the same immature cardinal.
The next shot is of an American Robin and Brown Thrasher in a deep conversation.
I took a bunch of shot of their tete a tete.
The conversation always ended with the brown thrasher back in the large bath and the American Robin back in the smaller bath.
The American Robins are such fun to watch.
The house finch is watching the American Robin in the larger bath before the thrasher came to claim it.
The next shot is of a female rufous-sided towhee.
The brown thrasher below is turning its long nose up at me.
I think it is going to be marginally cooler tomorrow. Any improvement in the heat and humidity would be a blessing.