This is some sort of Duskywing - our best guess is Dreamy Duskywing.
The majority of the butterflies we found were skippers - European, Least, and Hobomok. I think that this is a Hobomok:
The regular birds were present, including Field Sparrows, Baltimore and Orchard Orioles, Eastern Towhees, etc. We found a few Bluebirds and heard a Pheasant as well. No cuckoos this time.
While walking through the field, we stumbled upon this Baltimore Checkerspot. It didn't take long to locate about 10 more - maybe it will be a good year for a flight of them.
What the hell is this skipper?
This Northern Crescent was looking pretty worn already.
And finally, a Silver-spotted Skipper before the rain came down. Not a bad hour of butterflying by a couple of idiots.