A joined a handful of birders this morning 10 am-ish) at a pleasantly windy and choppy Montrose Beach. The beach was mainly populated with sanderlings, gulls and a Baird's sandpiper. Also, semipalmated sandpipers. I saw a pair of Savannah sparrows at the beginning of the fishing pier. At the Magic Hedge there were an adult red-headed woodpecker and two juveniles in the bare tree at the south end. An olive-sided flycatcher took turns to the top of the tree. American redstart, Wilson's warblers, house finches, chickadee and an overhead Cooper's hawk finished my morning. Later, I went to LaBagh Woods. It was fairly quiet, though I did run into a pockets of Nashvilles and magnolia warblers passing through. There were other warblers I could not identify because of the foliage. There were a dozen cedar waxwings by the bridge.
Here is the link a trio of photos of: the sanderling, olive-sided flycatcher and the red-headed woodpecker.