I went up to the North Woods to see how things were going for our single girl. She was in a high hollow stump that she had used a few months ago. It had been sunny out, but started to rain. She moved to a nearby branch.
Maybe because of the rain she seemed to be in no hurry. I was by myself, without my usual camera gear or binoculars, but managed to quietly keep up with her for over two hours.
At first she stayed near the cavity and took her time preening. Then she made a few trills.
She surveyed the area east of the pool, sometimes just seeing the lay of the land, and other times hunting. She went to the ground a few times, and one occasion hopped around a bit, as though she was trying to catch a rodent but was missing it.
Eventually, I lost her as she went of the stream that feeds The Pool.