At Mitchell Lake this morning, I missed the Stilt Sandpiper and Black terns but added two more species of shorebirds. A Buff-breasted sandpiper was seen foraging in the grass on the north end of Mitchell Lake. It was with several Killdeer which gave me excellent size perspective. The uniform tan face and breast were clearly seen. As I approcahed for a better view, it dissapeared into the taller grass. Not wishing to spook it, I left it a lone. On the mud bar at the south end of the lake I found a Golden plover. I also found the Short-billed dowitcher reported yesterday.