Raccoons spend much of the winter sleeping. They wake up periodically - generally during warm spells - and look for food. Our relative heat wave the last few days must have prompted these two to see what was available.
Unfortunately, they stopped by in the morning. There was slim pickings. The deer and rabbits had already cleaned up most of what the birds left on the ground, forcing the more adventurous (or just more hungry) one to work for the peanuts in the hanging feeder. He ignored the safflower on the other side.
Arctic air due this week will likely find them snoozing in their dens.