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Hello Vermont Birders:

The shorebird success in southern VT reported earlier today inspired me to
check Shelburne Bay this afternoon.

I was pleased to spot an adult Sanderling in worn breeding plumage among
the more common peeps.

The challenge here is access since the shorebirds are concentrated at the
east end, closer to the railroad overpass.  There isn't any public parking
along Bay Road unfortunately.  It's a long scope from the boat launch.

The complete list is below:

http://ebird.org/ebird/vt/view/checklist?subID=S11220918

Good birding,

Eric Hynes
South Burlington