There are several hummingbird feeders in front of the visitor’s center at Raven Rock State Park. Both times we’ve visited, the feeders have been full of tiny, zipping, chattering birds.
It was overcast all morning and had rained earlier, and many mushrooms were out.
There is a stairway down to the base of the park’s eponym at the bank of the Cape Fear River.
It was drippingly humid along the river. There are turtles resting on the logs on the far bank.