The flooded field on North 46th Road between East 10th and East 11th roads had 16 Stilt Sandpipers, 2 Lesser Yellowlegs, a Spotted Sandpiper, and 6 Pectoral Sandpipers. This floodle will last a long time. The culvert under the road is broken or blocked, preventing the field to drain. North 46th road is the second road north of the BNSF railroad west of Earleville. East 10th Road goes north from Route 34 at Moyer's curve (the big curve west of Earleville). Go north on E 10th road to North 46th and turn right. There is very little room to pull over on N. 46th road, so be very careful if you go.
I checked a road south of Earleville and found a nice selection of woodland birds. Six Tennessee Warblers, 2 American Redstart female-type, a male Black-&-white Warbler, and a first year female Magnolia warbler were joined by four Eastern Wood Peewees, a Baltimore Oriole, Hairy, Downy, and Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Chickadees, White-breasted Nuthatch, American Goldfinch, and Turkey Vultures were active. I have been birding this area since 1988; it was in a priority block for the Illinois Breeding Bird Atlas. It hasn't been developed at all since then, and the birding is as good now as it was then.