I went looking for the bird in the first photo. If I know anything about birders, I know we often go to great lengths to find Lifers and/or specific birds. This is that kind of story. I spent hours traveling to the place I expected to find the bird, walked about a quarter of a mile on uneven terrain, then stood in the driveway of Mosquito Control, not far from the Pinellas County Dump. I peered through a six foot chain link fence at a large retention pond. It was late afternoon, and I was standing when and where I had heard was the best spot to find these birds which do not ordinarily breed in Florida. Three have made this spot their home for a few years and have bred there. They are often interspersed among Yellowlegs, I was told. I was very anxious to see the birds I was searching for. The results of my birding expedition are shown in the second photo.