A few more warblers...
This little American redstart sings his heart out like a male, but looks like a female. I keep thinking it's a young bird, but every year the same male (or one with the same colors) shows up singing. A normal adult male will have a dark red-orange where this one has yellow-orange patches.
An unusual visitor in that normally they're way up in the tops of the oaks or hiding in the dark pockets near the tops of the spruce and hemlock--a bay-breasted warbler being very obliging by sitting on top of the fence while I was in the blind.
And a second shot of the same bay-breasted male after it flitted back up higher into a nearby oak.