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Lexington County, central SC, August 26th.  The ongoing saga of what's feeding on the exposed lake bed of a farm pond recently lowered by 4 feet.  

I don't even have a guess this time, although the bill in the last two shots looks longer than anything else I've seen here this month.  Feel free to tell me it's unidentifiable.  All pics are the same bird.

Thanks.

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Wings look too long for Pec. I was going to suggest White-rumped, but it seems that the bird does not have white central upper-tail covs, so I'm at a loss. Maybe Baird's.

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If it helps, in the last two weeks, better birders have reported Pecs, Semipalmateds, Spotted,  Solitary, Western, Short-billed Dow, and Lesser Yellowlegs.

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