Chris, way to go! Sorry I cut you off on the phone but when those guys got in my binos it was quite a surprise!!
There's not really a pull off there, but the road is not overly busy and allows for a quick look. The best spot is before the house that is for sale. Just take care not to block traffic or get stuck trying to pull off too far!
Kevin, you're most welcome and Im pleased to hear of your success as well! Too bad the Red-necked did not show.
Some pictures I got with Dave late this afternoon hiding under his umbrella from the downpour and using his shoulder as a tripod. Not quite the kind of tripod that Ken would approve off, especially if Dave is laughing at one of my witty comments or another which really cuts down on stability. ;D But Ill take staying dry over that any day. Lots of shorebirds out there including about 20 dowitchers (all seemed to be Long-billed), a mix of Lesser and Greater Yellowlegs a couple Killdeer, some Least Sandpiper, oh and of course the two Black-necked Stilts.
I bet they'll stick around and probably wait for better weather before taking off. I still cant get over the amount of Yellow-rumped Warblers even running around in the open fields with, in this case, some American Pipits.
Gord Fraser Valley Birding Administrator eBird Regional Editor (Fraser Valley)