I'm always surprised by the prehensile billtips of dowitchers (a short-billed in this case)
Dunlins were one of the most common birds and one that I didn't take a ton of pics of
Western Sandpiper on the other hand ...
I'm going to do an entire post probably on the peeps, I'll stick with these Leasts for now.
Wilson's Plover wasn't super common but was present most of the mornings. I kept blowing them off as Semi-palmated's when I'd look with the naked eye since they fell into the brain's search image of "small, brown, one band, bright legs" and nearly filtered them entirely more than once.
no problems with Ruddy Turnstone, nothing else has their bill and legs.