Wouldn't you know it, we get a weekend with lots of south winds and I am stuck in a classroom attending a course all day Saturday and Sunday. Well, I managed to finish early today and headed straight for the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher that was reported yesterday by Terry Sprague, near Demorestville.
When I arrived I was told by the friendly lady who owns the property the bird was south across the field by the small lake and I was welcome to walk across! After walking across the field I quickly saw the bird - beauty! Also got my first of the year Swamp Sparrow here, bonus! Here's the full eBird checklist and some photos:
I am pretty sure this is an adult (definitive alternate) male. Definitely a male by the bright red underwing and the large notch on the outer primary (P10).