We walked the park trails, and yup, we found the Baird's Sandpiper again (sorry, Jason!). If you try for the Baird's, make sure you check the southeast corner of Bunker Pond. There's a spot where you walk a bit to the inland side of the first plover pond and there's a break in the bayberry lining the pond, with that wet grassy habitat that Baird's likes so much. While we were watching the Baird's, two Upland Sandpipers flew over, calling.
[Long-billed Dowitcher, adult well along to winter plumage, with two juvenile Short-billeds in front. Note the Long-billed's rounder body and overall sooty appearance, and that wash of reddish still retained on the undertail coverts. Photo by Don Freiday).