I captured the frame above after a Red-tailed Hawk landed on a telephone pole a little too-close-for comfort for an American Kestrel roosting on an Appleton Street building.
The kestrel made several passes dive-bombing the hawk, and soon the larger raptor flew away.
The kestrel then made the rounds of its usual perching spots along Race and Main Streets:
Eventually the kestrel found a utility pole of its own, and a flock of Canada Geese buzzed it:
Also today, I spotted a male and female House finch in Heritage State Park. Here are a few frames of the male: