We were in the country yesterday for a family dinner-and-birthday cake routine. With a walk in the woods and keeping an eye on the bird feeder outside the kitchen window we saw:
On the Rappahannock, from the end of Prince St., we saw (without binocs; with lots of wind) cormorants, some terns or gulls bobbing on the river, and an osprey, freshly arrived I imagine.
At our feeder this weekend, we're still seeing juncos and one waxwing, so they're not yet ready to migrate. (Oh, wait: waxwings don't migrate in Virginia according to Cornell Birding. Maybe they just don't flock in the summer?)
Reading: Then We Came to the End, Joshua Ferris. If you like The Office, try it.