I haven't been to Breezy in a while.  No rarities warranting in-the-field
reports, but there were some good birds!

Highlights: A WHIMBREL was flushed at the jetty by some fishermen - it flew
east, turning back and eventually landed on the beach about half way
between the 4x4 trail and the jetty.  There were three RED KNOTS, all quite
dapper juvenile birds.  10 Willets, including both eastern and western
birds.

12 species of shorebird in total, as well as 4 Royal Terns, one near-adult
Lesser Black-backed Gull, and continuing White-winged and Surf Scoter
drakes rounded out the evening.

Ebird list here: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S48356374

Good birding,

Tripper

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