Here's a Western Kingbird. The Cassin's Kingbirds nest here but I don't think the Westerns do. So this one is probably moving through, foraging along the way. I know the range maps show them nesting in this area, but at our place I only see them during migration time. But I could be wrong.
My "Do Not Mow" wildflower patch along the road is starting to look good and attract butterflies. I think I have my husband broke from mowing it, but who knows!
Here's a nestling/fledgling Great-tailed Grackle. There's a lot of sqawking by the adult grackles in the vicinity.
And I discovered this lovely flower among the bluebonnets. It's a Meadow Salsify or Goatsbeard (Tragopogon dubius).