There were lots of these perched on the tips of the grass stalks. Very pretty!
Black Swallowtail (one of three seen)
Indigo Bunting (the regular!)
Bladder-Pod Lobelia (native)
(Bad photo, but I took it to record the structure of the stem and buds.)
Bladder-Pod Lobelia closeup of blossom
Red-Tailed Hawk (hovering over orchard)
This is not a great photo of the butterfly, but it does show how the orange eyespots and tails make its rear end look like a face of a ferocious insect, which aids in protecting this cute little guy!
Later, back at home, I saw:
not sure about this one...
Northern Broken Dash