The smaller birds can get lost in the size of these wetlands. There are thousands out there however getting photographs can be hard. They are small, like the shallows, and the marsh grass is tall. By the end of the summer grass is so tall it’s almost pure luck getting an open shot.
I have been finding both types of Yellow-legs primarily. A fun bird both fearless and fast.
Black-necked Stilts were the surprise. I usually find them further in the basin, in the very large marshes. The other stilt, American Avocets, are here too. Ellen has seen and photographed them. Me, none worth mentioning.