I did a short hike here just to see if any migrating birds were passing through yet. I encountered a juvenile hawk perched high in a tree, and at first thought it might be a Red-shouldered as they next here, but after looking at the photos, determined that it was a Broad-winged Hawk as there aren't any pale bands on its dark secondaries.
There weren't a lot of other birds out. Some of the male Indigo Buntings still had full breeding plumage, while others were molting into non-breeding plumage.
I had some late morning errands to run in Nellysford, so I hiked a bit on the RV Trail shortly after noon. There weren't many birds out, but I did manage to log 22 avian species, and all of them were ususal summer species there.
Female Indigo Bunting
Female American Redstart
On my return to the parking lot, a Black Ratsnake was sunning itself on the path. It didn't even bother to move as I walked by, other than lifting its head to say hello.