Well, it took more time than I wanted to get these pictures ready, but here it is finally. Both days were beautiful, peaceful spring mornings with gorgeous morning light. I heard a lot of birds on these trips:
Oriole Red-bellied woodpecker Black and white warbler
Ovenbird Veery Yellow warbler
Phoebe Louisiana waterthrush Cardinal
Black-throated green warbler White-breasted nuthatch
Scarlet Tanager Redstart
Yellow-rumped warbler Brown creeper
I saw a small woodpecker, but not for long enough to tell if it was a Downy or a Hairy. I also heard vireos that I originally thought were Blue-headed, but after listening to Birding By Ear again I think they could have been Red-eyed. I need to re-calibrate my listening for those.
Here are some photos. I really enjoy how the greens light up in spring.
I took this shot of the light on some quartz but I think I got something else:
A Pale Beauty, Campaea perlata, in the Geometrid family of moths: