Plural no less!
Four times turned out to be the charm for the seedsnipes, along with arriving fairly early in the morning. Our driver spotted two as we drove back up the mountain above the treeline into the clouds. It was very windy and at 14,000+ feet the clouds blowing through at eye level made a combo of thick fog and horizontal sprinkles. But the birds were there, and fairly tame as they walked ptarmigan-like about the tundra.
You can see the amount of water condensed on the little blue flowers behind the bird in this next pic.