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#5 is a Pectoral Sandpiper. Notice the structure, size, and dense stranding on the breast that contrasts with a clean white belly. And it’s legs aren’t black. The rest look like SESAs from what I can tell when looking on my phone.

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1 minute ago, DLecy said:

#5 is a Pectoral Sandpiper. Notice the structure, size, and dense stranding on the breast that contrasts with a clean white belly. And it’s legs aren’t black. The rest look like SESAs from what I can tell when looking on my phone.

Agreed.

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15 minutes ago, DLecy said:

#5 is a Pectoral Sandpiper. Notice the structure, size, and dense stranding on the breast that contrasts with a clean white belly. And it’s legs aren’t black. The rest look like SESAs from what I can tell when looking on my phone.

*streaking

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12 hours ago, DLecy said:

*streaking

The stranded streaked sandpiper was standing striking the other stranded standing streaked sandpiper!

Say that about 20 times real fast! 

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