In the puddle in front of the Aviator building. 

There are also juvenile Semipalmated and Least Sandpipers, one Lesser 
Yellowlegs, a handful of Semipalmated Plovers on the runways (with a few dozen 
mixed swallow species). Surely much more to be discovered. 

Good birding, 
Tripper and Daisy 
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