A beautiful day in general out there, if you don't mind a bit of wind.
I stopped at the end of a day of birding elsewhere at Shelburne Bay's
Boat Access parking lot and briefly scanned from the big rock there.
The only nearby shorebird at the time initially was a Willet!
Hard to say if it's the same as the one we saw yesterday morning at
Delta Park, but the general light paleness overall was similar.
This one has a peculiar white spot just on its right side near the
forward edge of the visible tertials.
(Not sure if the Delta Park bird had such a mark, as I didn't see that
bird as closely.)
I first saw it at about 2:20 pm, and "babysat" the area until 5:25 pm,
hoping to see a full flight.
It was always east of the rock (see Scott's iPhone alert just a bit
earlier; unfortunately I don't have such an instant alerting device).
It was quite happy in the general area of the mud banks and near-shore,
and got as close as the far bank of the river channel there.
It rested a few times, and otherwise was slowly moving about feeding. So
it may continue to stay the early evening there.
I didn't happen to see it when it did one short flight; but saw several
wing raises during the long time there.
Hope it stays for those interested in seeing it later.
Who knows tomorrow?