I apologize, I thought I sent it to Cayuga birds. 

The purple sandpiper was along the pier hiding beneath the break wall. It would 
come out for a little and go back in. 

Just passed the trees on the left, maybe 50 yards or so, there is a small mid 
flat. 

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> On Oct 22, 2017, at 3:24 PM, M Miller <mmiller...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Could you give a little more on the location of the Purple Sandpiper? (Also, 
> could all posters please consider many of us that follow Cayuga Basin List 
> aren’t always familiar with Ithaca locations, thanks.)
> 
> 
> Had nice variety at the visitor center pool on Montezuma; Wilson’s Snipe, 
> Dowitcher, Dunlin, Pectoral, Yellowlegs, and also an American Pipit.
> 
> Mark Miller
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