The Baird's was the most significant sighting of the morning. Spotted feeding on Canada Goose droppings (small insects or other invertebrates?) littering the sandbar island. The island is where the Snowy Egrets tend to loaf when not foraging. The following photos were digiscoped from the overlook at a range of 100+ yards:
Above, note size comparison to Killdeer. When Baird's was seen next to Least Sandpiper, the former was decidedly larger.
Baird's back has a scaly appearance and head, neck and upper breast are washed with light brown or buff. Both above and below photos show long wing tips (primary projection and tertials extend beyond tail tip).
Below, note long, straight bill without any discernible curvature. Our bird for the most part avoided the edge of the sandbar island preferring to feed on higher, drier ground.