Phil Plank heard my online wails of despair over not seeing a Painted Bunting at LLELA on Wednesday, and took pity on me. He graciously offered to accompany me to some spots near the Cross Timbers Trail head where he had recently gotten some good shots of the colorful birds. Whining works!
Indigo Bunting. He had his territory clearly staked out, and sang loud and proud to let everyone know it!
Black-chinned Hummingbird resting briefly atop a dead tree. And I do mean briefly; he didn't give us long to take his picture before buzzing off.
Eastern Amberwing was much more accommodating. Thanks, dragonfly!