With temperatures in the 90's with high humidity, it hasn't been very pleasant to be outside. I hiked close to home both days, and saw a few of the summer regulars. Highlight was a pair of Red-eyed Vireos down the street from my house.
There were Eastern Phoebes, Eastern Wood-Pewees, and Eastern Kingbirds. Although I have seen Phoebes with a tinge of white in their outer tail feathers, I have never seen one with this much white in its outer tail feathers.
The fawns are starting to mature, and I have seen a few young bucks starting to get their antlers.