and I'm not including Tim...
Two Red-necked Phalaropes showed up at Tiscornia a couple days ago. Both were juveniles.
One of the birds had a single symmetrical gray winter scapular coming in on each side.
It's hard with single still shots to give a feel for how actively they were feeding in really choppy water. You could certainly see how these are pelagic birds. They barely paid the waves any heed at all.
Note the wall of water reflecting off the pier in the foreground.