I love your story! We are now in the wilderness, but when we lived in cities we always had birds come to visit. They always felt safe and welcome with us. Airbnbirds!
To answer your question : Definitely! And they love it!
For example, many of our guests are delighted to experience being face to face with the hummingbirds at the feeders. Hummingbirds are only found in the Americas, and our guests are from all over. Many guests from the Americas see a few hummingbirds around their place, but never the great numbers we have here. Next to the house is a large tree which is filled with their nests. We put out an average of a gallon a day of nectar mix, that is 4 feeders refilled daily. Some of them spend the winter with us, most migrate. The majority of them leave late Fall, and now in November they are still with us, as weather has not changed significantly. They have a large need for protein from small insects, and when the insects are no longer around, most of the hummers leave for warmer climates. Mid March the mob re-appears and nesting begins. Much of the year our porch is like a busy airport at rush hour with hummingbirds.
We have wintering birds too, and all year ones as well. Just today I saw band tailed pigeons, a varied thrush, rufous sided towhees, bewicks wren, hermit thrush, stellars jays, scrub jay, ravens, nuthatch, chickadee, juncos, grouse, and others. On the nearby Coast, whales are migrating as are flocks of sea birds. This is causing a flap and a flutter in excited birdwatchers. Most people have seen the pigeons that live in the cities, but never the beautiful wild ones.
We have several brush rabbits in the garden, chipmunks, squirrels, foxes, and nearby can be seen wild turkeys, lots of deer, jackrabbits, and whatever can be glimpsed crossing the roads. It is fun for us, and definitely for our visitors to experience our wildlife neighbors.