I've been busy with work since getting back from Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, and haven't done much birding in the last two weeks.
Today, I spend an hour in the North Woods. It was just the right amount of time in the heat. The wildflower meadow was quiet, without a fall migrant in sight. The same for The Loch, lots of American Robins and Gray Catbirds, but nothing unusual.
So, the highlight of the day was a photogenic Monarch Butterfly and the North Wood's Red-phased Eastern Screech-Owl.