The Wildlife Drive, between 3:00-4:30. was grass. Eaton Marsh was dry. The 
corner past Eaton Marsh had both Yellowlegs and Least Sandpipers plus 10+ Great 
Egrets. Benning Marsh at the beginning had water but no shorebirds when I was 

East Road was the most promising shorebird area.  There were quite a few peeps 
and Yellowlegs. Everything was very distant and it was hard to distinguish the 
shorebird species. There were many Mallards, Wood Ducks, and some other Duck 
species. 80+ Great Egrets, Tundra Swans, and 13 Sandhill Cranes, plus Common 
Gallinules, Coots, and Great Blue Herons were present.

Good birding,
Ann Mitchell 

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