doesn't hold as much as you might think.
A couple weeks ago Rhoda and I found a whimbrel on a hike between Cherry Beach and Weko. We've tried a couple more times recently, repeating that hike as well as the slightly longer New Buffalo to Cherry Beach stretch (ok "slightly" is in the eye of the beholder). I've made a few Tiscornia to Klock or Rocky Gap walks too. The results? Limited.
A few more juveniles of various species are showing up. Today was my first juvie Forster's Tern and Bonaparte's Gulls of the year.
We covered about 7 miles in the south county this morning. There was a Willet in the New Buff harbor, but after several more miles the best we could manage was a year-old Lesser Black-backed Gull.
This evening a last check of the Tiscornia to Klock stretch revealed a Greater Yellowlegs in the gull flock. I don't recall ever seeing a yellowlegs on the beach before though they do fly by now and then in varying numbers.