Early this morning I had a single PACIFIC GOLDEN-PLOVER on the ball field at Jack O'Connell Park in Guadalupe with a flock of BB Plovers. It looks like they are adding a second baseball field next to the parking lot which should be good for added plover habitat. At SM River willows near the kiosk I spotted a WILLOW FLYCATCHER where the trees open up to the pasture. A few western migrants in the area but nothing unexpected. At SM River mouth there was a variety of shorebirds at the edge of the estuary right at the end of the plover fenceline. Nothing out of the ordinary, but one of three RED KNOTS eventually walked to about 12-15' away from me. Fun. There was a Ruddy Turnstone also here, lots of Red-necked Phalaropes very close by and other waders coming and going. Gobs of terns and gulls to look through. Offshore there are hundreds and hundreds of Black-vented Shearwaters on the water and flying by. A Jaeger chased a tern for a time that I believe was a Pomarine based on structure.