A Cattle Egret was also a nice find on the dike near the NW corner of Cell 3. It flew off into the thick vegetation at the northern end of the cell, but reappeared on the mudflat among hundreds of Ring-billed Gulls, Common and Forster's Terns, Caspian Terns, Killdeer, a pair of Black Terns, and several Bonaparte's Gulls. Shorebirds were all but gone except for a handful of Dunlin and Semipalmated Sandpipers and a dozen or so Killdeer.
All photos were taken w/ the Nikon 1 V1 attached to the FT1 adapter, TC-17EII and 300/2.8 VRII for an EFL=1377 mm. With the combo attached to the tripod shots were lost during setup/focusing, so I think I'll keep this relegated to roadside birding from the car. Image quality is quite impressive, though.