OK, I had another (lengthy) look and I agree with Short-billed Dowitcher. It’s a bird I almost never see, so I had to use my books, but that half olive / half slate-grey bill (and the size) seems to rule out everything else. Oh, and the heavy flank barring. And Jenn, those are Marbled Godwits you mentioned. Again, I rarely see them, but I did spot a handful on the Courtney Campbell Causeway a week ago (one half is Pinellas, the other Hillsborough). Such a lovely cinnamon colour!
Not much to say about my uneventful birding today. I did see a red-winged blackbird seemingly feeding a male brown-headed cowbird. The cowbirds, starlings and (more) rwbbs arrived yesterday. The guy from Orlando was checking the flock in case a stray yellow-headed was in there, but (having checked his eBird post tonight) he didn’t see any. He did find a flicker (it reads) but I didn’t (though he went to a more wooded area than I did so that seems a more suitable location for that species). I saw 33 species and he saw almost exactly the same 31 species in pretty much the same numbers, so it was nice to get ‘confirmation of my work’.