We also had two Long-billed Curlews in what seems to be their new favorite spot - not in their former haunts around Key Inlet. A few White Pelicans were on a sandbar/shell rake in Bulls Bay.
Sea Ducks were bouncing around Bulls Bay and the ocean - plenty of Scoters, some Lesser Scaup, what I think were some Long-tailed Ducks and lots of Bufflehead, mergansers, etc.
We came upon a nice high tide roost of shorebirds on expansive oyster reefs near the mouth of Graham Creek. There were about 500 Marbled Godwits packed tight, probably twice that many Short-billed Dowitchers and close to 4500 Dunlin. Plenty of American Oystercatchers and a few dozen Willet were also present. Lesser numbers of Ruddy Turnstones were also scattered about.
We were almost back to the hill before we saw our first Bald Eagle for the day.