I have never seen as much hummingbird activity at our feeder. There were as many as three female or immature Ruby-throateds at once, as well as an adult male. More birds are in the flower beds. We saw a hummer (male?) doing a shuttle display right over a second bird (female?) that was feeding at a wax mallow.
The dry weather threatens many of our plants, but it brings activity to the bird baths! Interesting bathers included a N. Parula and a Summer Tanager (female). A Pileated Woodpecker (male) perched for a drink, a first for us.
Looking up, we aren't seeing the usual Chimney Swifts, but several Mississippi Kites thrilled us with their aerobatic flights, sometimes as low as treetop height.