It was a busy weekend at the cottage with lots of company, and little time to go birding. The first good bird was a Broad-winged Hawk along Ch. Tims when returning from berry picking - yes there finally were some decent raspberries.
Then a young Red-eyed Vireo showed up on our deck, an apparent victim of colliding with a Window. Later, while swimming, an adult Bald Eagle made two passes right over our dock. Then, on the way home, we saw two Sandhill Cranes on the west side of the highway outside of Venosta.