robplum: I think might be a Thank you for looking those up for me. Well, it looks very much like the Rock Sandpiper in colour but it also looks like the Spotted Sandpiper in that the beak is the same colour as the one I took the photo of. Ah well, we'll just call it a Sandpiper.
Rock Sandpiper Non breeding adult
Spotted Sandpiper is another similar bird
might be useful page
Mon Jun 10, 2019 2:22 PM CST