Below are the images I promised to post yesterday. The program was unresponsive for the rest of the afternoon forcing me to try and get these up today.
A drab Curlew Sandpiper, one of four now being seen at Heislerville WMA. Note the size and structure differences between the Curlew and the sandpiper in the background. Taking a "page" from The Shorebird Guide, can you tell what the species in the background is?
The Wilson's Phalarope was present at the West Cape May impoundments as of Thursday (5/22) morning if memory severs.
For those who are looking to get to the West Cape May impoundments, I've created this map using Google Maps. The star marks the approximate spot where the phalarope is being seen. Remember that you are looking at the West Cape May canal bridge not the Garden State Parkway canal bridge.