Thanks for forwarding this to the list so quickly, Paul. The PIPING PLOVER was later seen by several folks from the Lake Park Warbler Walk, and was still present at 10:30. It was found on the north end of Bradford Beach, and was very cooperative. It has a complete breast band, and I almost blew it off as a semi-palmated plover, but something made me look more closely. The upper parts were pale gray, and the underparts clean white. The face did not have the dark eye-band like SP plovers; rather the face was light gray with a whitish eyebrow, which really made the large dark eye stand out. The breast band was black and thin; there was a black line across the brow, bright orange legs, and a short, thick bill. The bill appeared mostly dark to me, but another later observer told me they detected a lightening of the darkness at the base of the bill. A lifer for me, and very nice to be able to share it with the Warbler Walk group today. Jym Mooney, Milwaukee -----Original Message----- From: wisbirdn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wisbirdn-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Paul Hunter Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2010 8:54 AM To: wisbirdn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [wisb] Piping Plover - Milw Bradford Beach Jym Mooney reported seeing a Piping Plover on Bradford Beach at about 7:40 am on Saturday May 1st. #################### You received this email because you are subscribed to the Wisconsin Birding Network (Wisbirdn). To UNSUBSCRIBE or SUBSCRIBE, use the Wisbirdn web interface at: http://www.freelists.org/list/wisbirdn. To set DIGEST or VACATION modes, use the Wisbirdn web interface at: http://www.freelists.org/list/wisbirdn. Visit Wisbirdn ARCHIVES at: http://www.freelists.org/archives/wisbirdn.