I wasn't sure I'd found a separate park so I had to do a bit of online research to confirm. The path below leads all the way to Hans A Suter Wildlife Area, and it's difficult to say where one ends and other begins. After failing to locate the Godwits earlier in the day at Suter, I explored Oso Bay Park until sunset.
There were flyovers of Spoonbills, Cormorants, and Ibis. A Willet hunted in the surf.
I also found a Semipalmated Plover...
...and a Western Sandpiper, but no Godwits.
These little peeps are challenging to identify. I took a second glance at this one's legs and thought they might be yellowish, then remembered they were muddy. I have other photos in which I can see the bill is slightly downcurved. Black legs plus downcurved bill equals Western Sandpiper.
The Neotropic Cormorants used large pieces of debris scattered about the bay as perches.
I'm linking up this week with Camera Critters.
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Species identified (13): Brown Pelican, Great Blue Heron, Willet, Western Sandpiper, Laughing Gull, Black-necked Stilt, White Ibis, Roseate Spoonbill, Neotropic Cormorant, Mourning Dove, Snowy Egret, Northern Cardinal, Semipalmated Plover