Flying above. Was identified by light coloring and black spotted belly band.
It hovered several times! I have a picture not taken by me if needed for identification.
This was recorded from inside by a closed window. The song is very loud and very clear.
They were everywhere in the grass and leaf litter. They were a range of sizes but mostly very small. I saw the same spiders in abundance at the Patuxent Wildlife Refuge, which is close. I think I haven't seen any other spiders besides this one, so it may be the dominant species in this area (at least on the ground in the grass).
I think it may be Candelaria concolor.
Found in outdoor compost.
6 birds feeding on ground
Deceased with small puncture wound to r side about 1" down towards tail and behind the front leg. Found on slate walkway of building set in deciduous area. Appears to be approximately 3-4" in length. Color appears to be black withwith faint yellow or white strips. Belly was a silverish white.
# Brown-lined Owlet
Large Mossy Lithacodia Moth