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Yes, two SESAs and one LESA.

The top two birds highlight the difference that posture and plumage can make in how a bird appears. But, the short blunt bills and dark legs really eliminate most anything that is expected with regularity in the lower 48. They are not Westerns.

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Thank you everyone for the IDs and additional information.  Learning the differences between little sandpipers is tough.  (also, the photos were from Austin, TX yesterday)

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