This is the last day of June Challenge (seeing as many birds as you can in one county during the month of June). I decided to spend the last evening of the challenge at the Econ River Wilderness Area. Last year, I found a Common Nighthawk there, and I was hoping to get a repeat performance. I was pleasantly surprised, not only to find two, but also to see them copulating. I first heard the male as it was flying toward me, and once I found it above the trees, it put on a display and then landed on the female. After these photos, the two flew off together. It was a dark, cloudy, and rainy day today (I half expected to get caught in a downpour), so the sky was really cloudy and ugly. These photos are not as beautiful as I would like, but this is something I don't get to see every day, and I thought they would be fun to share anyway.