More babies: chickadees, titmice, orioles(both Baltimore and orchard), song sparrows. The orchard oriole family was in the shag-bark hickory, a young male singing sporadically.
And here was an oddity: a rose-breasted grosbeak in the field, munching on the emerging milkweed blossoms. A little research indicates that its close relative, the black-headed grosbeak, is one of the few birds that can stomach the monarch butterfly, whose toxins come from its consumption of milkweed. I wonder if the rose-breasted has a similar resistance.