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Lexington County, central SC, August 25nd.  The ongoing saga of what's feeding on the exposed lake bed of a farm pond recently lowered by 4 feet. 

The bill looks too long for Pectoral Sandpiper, the dark markings appear to come too far down the chest for Lesser Yellowlegs, and too much of both for a Solitary.  All were reported in the area by others.

Cropped from reduced size and full sized.

Thanks.

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EDIT.  My Darling Bride says it's a Lesser Pectoral Yellowpiper.

Edited by Charlie Spencer
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Thanks.  I have better Pec shots from this site earlier in the week, and there's no lifer on the line.  Just trying to clean up a couple of weeks of U/I's

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