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Hi all,

This was taken today in Iowa. Wanted to make sure it’s not just a colorful juvenile Least Sandpiper. Legs appeared dark in the field but hard to tell. Sorry for the back-of-the-camera shots. 

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I assume you're implying that it is too bright for Least Sandpiper and therefore Little Stint is a possibility? Even if it is one, I don't think we're going to be able to make that type of ID at this distance or without a better photo. Obviously a juvenile Least is far more likely, and I'm inclined to go with that until I have more to go on.

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