Standing on the Sherwood platform @ 2:00pm, the bird flew directly over my head, heading southwest and into the woods -- didn't see it take off or land. Couldn't get any distinctive plumage marks. Flew straight and relatively quickly at a height of about 20 ft off the ground. Based on that I'm leaning toward snipe.
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