I decided to take an hour off of hauling firewood today and go back and see if I could get a better pic of the Scarlet Tanager. Right away, the Yellow Warbler was back. It seems a lot like a Chickadee, kind of friendly, not too spooked. I got a couple shots that are pretty good.
There were swallows flying around, and one landed so I could get a shot of it. It turned out to be a Northern Rough-Winged Swallow. I'd never heard of them. Guess they're "uncommon."
And then, IT came in: THE SCARLET TANAGER. I was so rattled I couldn't find it with the camera, worst case of buck fever I've ever had. I did get a couple of shots that were better than what I got before, but I missed a whole lot more. I need to get a grip!