Western Sandpiper flanked by a couple of Least Sandpipers
Super Rarity here. This small sandpiper shows rufous tertials, a tiny, pointed bill and an overall pale appearance, compared to the nearby Western and Least Sandpipers that it was feeding with.
its the smaller bird the rest are Lesser Yellowlegs
The calidrids or typical waders are a group of Arctic-breeding, strongly migratory wading birds. These birds form huge mixed flocks on coasts and estuaries in winter. They are the typical "sandpipers", small to medium-sized, long-winged and relatively short-billed.