No. Human food is normally not appropriate for wildlife and I don't want to buy special food for wild birds. The only other wildlife we get is possums, which I don't want to encourage (they can be pretty destructive to gardens) and reptiles, and I don't want to buy crickets or dead baby rats for them.
I have mixed feeling about it across both sides of the argument.
We have damaged the environment they require to survive naturally so should we compensate by offering support.
I also have experienced the impact of desperate responses from hungry birds that do cause a problem but does this not reveal a need.
We need to embark on a program that selects food and habitation producing plants and replace introduced trees that fail meet these criteria.
Yes, I mostly feed the birds that come to my yard year round, but I feed a little less in the summer months, as there is a lot of natural feed available for them then. Along with song birds, we get California Quail here. The Quail used to only be here in the summer months but they started to stay longer and longer, so now we have them here year round.