At least one of the two SOLITARY SANDPIPERS seen at the Ukiah Sewage
Treatment Plant on Saturday April 26 was still present Sunday the 27th.
The bird seems to like the east end of the north pond as it was seen in
this same location both days.
The sewage ponds are currently an outstanding shorebird location. The
north pond in particular has the best mud flats I've seen there in the
four years I've lived here. In addition to the Solitary Sandpiper were
SEMIPALMATED PLOVER (2), KILLDEER, GREATER and LESSER YELLOWLEGS,
WESTERN and LEAST SANDPIPERS, SPOTTED SANDPIPER, and LONG-BILLED