Betsy and I went to Ellicott Road last evening after dinner in the hopes of
refinding the juvenile WILSON'S PHALAROPE discovered by Joel Strong earlier
in the day. Like TJ Mudd (see note below), we did not see it for the first
45 minutes. Then I found it inside of the long marsh vegetation into which
it shortly completely disappeared, so it sure can hide! Eventually it came
out into the open. We also had the STILT SANDPIPER and a WHITE-RUMPED
SANDPIPER. There were also a few BOBOLINKS among a large flock of
Red-wingeds, Starlings, and Grackles. Here is my eBird list:

Good birding!
Willie D'Anna
Wilson, NY

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Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2017 6:35 AM
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Pharalope in Hartford

The Pharalope was not present when I checked yesterday late afternoon,
however a Stilt Sandpiper had shown up along with many Killdeer, Lesser
Yellowlegs, Pectoral, Least, Semipalmated, and Solitary Sandpipers. 

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