Sunday morning about 9 AM found 2 Whimbrel, 1 Ruddy Turnstone, & 7 
Black-bellied Plovers in the open area just before the eagle sculpture on 
Montezuma's wildlife drive. There were also semi-palmated plovers and a few of 
sandpipers (mostly least?).

Originally thought there might be a couple Am. Golden-plovers in the mix, but 
after reviewing pics (and help from Jay) believe they were all Black-bellied, 
with a couple in transition & the rest in breeding plumage).

Not much else of note; except for a common loon out in the middle of the main 
pool (before the spillway), and both Virginia Rails & Willow Flycatchers 
calling along the drive.

Mark Miller


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