There were lots of reports from Shirley's Bay, so I went over in the afternoon for a look myself.
At the parking lot, I saw a White-breasted Nuthatch, three Double-crested Cormorants and a Mallard.
There were some serious photographers on the ridge, later joined by Heather. We could not finds the Buff-breasted Sandpiper, but saw Stilt Sandpipers, lots of Lesser Yellowlegs and some Greater. A Merlin flew in to scatter the flocks.
A fly fisher regaled me of tales of the 40-50 inch Gar Pike that he catches at this very spot.
I returned to the parking lot to find a Common Raven making quite a racket and showing off the red inside it's mouth.