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 there. East Road was the most promising shorebird area.
The shorebird numbers and habitat at Montezuma are truly spectacular -- I don't remember ever seeing such conditions in spring. I only had time to do Kipp Island and the Wildlife drive this morning, but between those areas I counted more than 1300 DUNLIN, 600 SEMIPALMATED SANDPIPERS, 250 LEAST