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Waders, Toronto (1 Viewer)


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Please need help with id the long-billed bird in the center. The rest I think are Lesser Yellowlegs.


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It's always best to give your own thoughts right at the outset - then people can give you more-useful comments more quickly, eg I could've told you why I think it's likely not a dowitcher.
I think it's a yellowlegs. Although it's pigeon-chested or front-heavy like a stilt sand, it's very elongate---as long as the birds standing next to it. So if the others are lessers this probably is too. Or maybe it's greater. It's not a dowitcher

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