We noted more migrants today including a very vocal Summer Tanager (frustration plus!!) or two, a Blue-headed Vireo, and a male American Redstart.
The Painted Bunting was a female or young male and was packed with fat for its journey from wherever it was to its breeding grounds. Maybe someone will find this one at a feeder in North or South Carolina. Bill Eaton almost levitated when he saw the fat from across the table, obviously not a hollow any longer. Luckily he got his gear and documented the bulging store of energy.