Otherwise I don't think there'd be ANY shorebirds in Berrien county that have had a reasonable showing this spring. They're a species I usually get in the spring, though is more reliable in the fall. I've had them at least 3 times this year so far. This pair was at Tiscornia earlier in the week.
The first bird looks to be an adult male.
The bird it was with was a lot farther behind in the moult with good numbers of worn retained winter feathers.
And the world needs grackle pics too! (Though it helps if they contain a turnstone)...