Spent a few hours looking for shorebirds at Boundary Bay. I started off at 104, walked to 112, and then from 112th to 88th and then back to 104th. There were tons of Western Sandpipers and Black-bellied Plovers as usual. A few highlights for me included 2 Ruddy Turnstones, 2 Red Knots, 1 Stilt Sandpiper, and 1 Willet. It's been over ten years since I have seen a Willet! There was one that would overwinter at the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal. Other shorebird species included, Baird's, Least, Sanderling, Dunlin, Yellowlegs, and Dowitchers. I was hoping for a Pacific Golden Plover but no luck. Black Turnstones and Surfbird were also reported there but I wasn't there to see them.
It makes it easier with a scope and it's best to check the tides before you go but always an enjoyable outing.