Since there haven't been any Ontbird updates regarding Ashbridge's Bay, I'm
enclosing a link to my ebird post of Tuesday.  


Shorebirding at Ashbridge's is terrific this year in spite of all the human
activity (beach-goers, volleyball). The birds seem content to feed despite
people walking right by. Highlight for us (Ivor Williams and myself) were
close-up views of a Pectoral Sandpiper. We also saw SP Plover (2), Spotted
and Least Sandpipers, Lesser Yellowlegs and a few Sanderlings. Another
birder said he had seen a White-Rumped SP but wasn't able to re-locate it.


Good Birding!


Jack Alvo




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