Black-bellied Plovers and more at Myers Park Racine Wisconsin September 8, 2014

Mid morning yesterday after viewing the Buff-breasted Sandpiper at South Metro I did a quick run to Myers Park in Racine. The highlight was 2 Black-bellied Plovers, juvenile. There was also a Pied-billed Grebe there, but just as I started walking down to the lower area something flushed the grebe, Mallards and some of the shorebirds that were in the corner by the breakwall. Also present were some Least Sandpipers and Sanderlings. Images were taken on September 8, 2014

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv.

Baird's Sandpiper, juv.

Sanderling, juv.

Baird's Sandpiper, juv.

Sanderling juv.

Black-bellied Plovers, juv.

Black-bellied Plovers, juv.

Black-bellied Plover, juv. with fruit.

Black-bellied Plover, juv. with fruit.

Least Sandpiper, juv.

Least Sandpiper, juv.

Least Sandpiper, juv.

Least Sandpiper, juv.

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