The only bright evening planet in view is Saturn. At dusk you'll find it shining about halfway up in the southern sky at dusk. Due to a slow about-face in its apparent motion, Saturn spends the entire month within ½° of a medium-bright star called Porrima.
To Saturn's right is the constellation Leo, the Lion, and to its left are Libra and Scorpius. To ancient skywatchers, Libra's rather dim stars represented the claws of the Scorpion.
Find out more about sky sights and more by downloading June's audio sky tour. It's a 3-megabyte MP3 file that's 5½ minutes long.