I checked the Philomath Sewage Ponds late this morning for storm-blown birds and was not disappointed!
On the NE pond, I found an ad. SABINE'S GULL in breeding plumage (maybe the same bird reported earlier by Doug Robinson, although his bird left). It was later joined by a single BONAPARTE'S GULL.
The S pond had a flock of 76 RED-NECKED PHALAROPES, with 5 more on the NW pond. A breeding-plumaged BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER was on the dike between S and C ponds. Other shorebirds included a couple of flyover GREATER YELLOWLEGS, 6 DUNLIN (also in breeding plumage) and a couple of KILLDEER.