The spit at Myers Point hosted a few shorebirds this evening, including an
adult Sanderling, an adult Semipalmated Plover, 8 juvenile Least
Sandpipers, Killdeer, and a Solitary Sandpiper in the creek. The lake level
is dramatically down from where it was a week or two ago and lots of nice
shoreline is exposed. Still, birding here is hit-or-miss as always. First
thing this morning, none of these shorebirds were present.

Jay

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