Stratford Great Meadows is the most reliable spot for the species to the degree where it does not register as much of a rarity in my mind since I have lived here my entire life. Director of the CAS Coastal Center, Frank Gallo, took the following photos of it.
Here is a photo of a Lesser Yellowlegs for comparison.
It may not be a White-tailed Kite, with the first anniversary of its arrival in 2010 passing on Monday, but a Stilt Sandpiper is still a very nice find. Tomorrow I will post some photos of what Twan and I have been recording at Stratford Point in the past week as migration continues to build.
Photos © Frank Gallo