adult Baird's Sandpiper in fall, but the juvenile Baird's are a lot more prone to either coming farther east or else stopping a lot more since as a species they're certainly easier in the fall. The adults are less scaled than the juveniles, but they're still a buffier bird than the other peeps. The scapulars extend past the tail which helps rule out the more common Semi-palmated.
The bird's slightly in front of the Sanderling, but you can tell they're similarly sized. The size is the other thing that makes it a lot easier to eliminate Semi-palmated.
I've made a couple circuits of Floral in the last few days. Ruby-crowned's are always fun when they show their ruby.
I feel like gnatcatchers have been a little more common than some years (though maybe it's just that a lot of stuff is delayed).
Finally a Broad-winged from earlier today. I have some thoughts about hawk migration in Berrien and occurrence of some of the Western birds that I'm going to hold for another post.