Yellow-rumped Warblers were chipping all over the place, though they were mostly pretty high (I took the warbler pics on an afternoon walk I took later)
Yellow-rumps love poison ivy berries.
And speaking of things to eat, multiflora rose is a nasty invasive that's not one of my favorite plants ... but their rose hips were ripe and we sampled a few.
They reminded me of crab apples, but were A LOT less bitter. They weren't great, but they weren't bad either.
Now paw paws on the other hand, Lynn spotted a few of these wild fruits that were perfectly ripe.
It smelled like a mango to me, but tasted more like banana or vanilla pudding; it was remarkably good.
Another quality spot (also by Lynn), some purple finches, and probably the least common bird we saw (though 4 wood thrushes tupping and squabbling in a tangled tree flagged the rarest in eBird).
One last fall color pic from my afternoon walk