Hi all,

Just wanted to get a quick word out that my mom and I just had a Wilson's
Plover flyover us at the swale at West End. It was a quick view but it
appeared to be a female based on the paler brown and narrow breast band. We
have been unable to relocate. It flew west towards the ocean.

Also present in the swale were 2 Black-necked Stilts and 4 White-rumped
Sandpipers.

Good luck if you try for it!

Best,
Shawn Billerman
Ithaca


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Shawn Billerman, PhD
NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Lovette Lab - Fuller Evolutionary Biology Program
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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