There were birds of prey aplenty, and they made the most of their photo ops, by flying directly overhead several times a day.
Of course, there will always be Red Tailed Hawks...
As I was shooting the second runs of the day, I heard a commotion in the thicket next to where I was sitting. I glanced over in time to see all the small birds diving into the brush. I knew immediately what I was going to see overhead......this Sharp-shinned Hawk, on the prowl for lunch.
Finally, there was this large fellow; a Red Shouldered Hawk. My Peterson Guide says the red on the shoulders is not always visible from below, but it shows up just fine here. But just in case it didn't, there is the "window" at the base of the primary feathers to confirm the identification, which shows up plainly here as well.