Date: 7/29/20 1:37 pm
From: Mark Holmgren <maholmgren33...>
Subject: [sbcobirding] Ruddy Turnstone at Devereux/Sands
I’ve seen no Semipalmated Sandpiper on either side of coal oil point. But shorebirds are actively coming through. Seeing multiple juveniles of least and western sandpipers. Between zero in 100 markers on Sands Beach a Ruddy Turnstone was foraging. At some points it flew to the point and it seemed to end up flocked with the Black-bellied Plovers at the mouth of Devereux Slough.
Mark Holmgren
Santa Barbara


Mark

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