Juvenile Short-billed Dowitchers Limnodromus griseus
Short-billed Dowitchers are one of those species that, at least for me, fade into the background once I have seen my first of the year. In the summer I start to pay attention to them again until I find a Long-billed Dowitcher hiding among them, and then I have pretty much had enough of dowitchers for the year. The only exception to this intentional ignorance of Limnodromus griseus is the young dowitchers, the brightly-colored beauties that start to peak a couple of weeks after the adult numbers peak, and brighten up the flocks of shorebirds with their fine feathers.
The photo above has an adult Long-billed Dowitcher Limnodromus scolopaceus in the middle.