A couple of pretty odonates we saw today were this Widow Skimmer, which is occasionally around, and the Band-winged Dragonlet, also an occasional visitor in the summer months.
I couldn't resist a quick peek inside the Bell's Vireo nest when the adults weren't around. No photos were taken since I wanted to keep any disturbance to a minimum. From what I could tell, there are four hatchlings inside. It'll be a miracle if none of the nestlings fall out of the near-horizontal nest opening, especially if the branches flop around frenetically during a high wind.