So far every time Bill and I have gone down to the Edmonds marina, we see something interesting. This time we couldn't quite make out what was on the logboom at Brackett's Landing: little white birds dwarfed by the cormorants sitting nearby. Bill took at picture and we enlarged it to the point of blurriness, but these birds are still hard to make out. I'm guessing that they are Sanderlings. But then, interestingly, there are several chestnut-headed birds at the left end of the logboom. So I guess they would be birds going into breeding plumage.