First we saw a pair of these first year Buffleheads close to the road. The adults were too far away to get any kind of useful shot.
Across the road we saw this solitary immature Sandhill Crane feeding at low tide. We understand he has been around for a couple of months.
Another special treat was this Greater Yellowlegs that was very close to the other side of the road. The light was particularly good.
This solitary Black-bellied Plover gave us a good opportunity as well.
Near the Sandhill Crane this Long-billed Curlew was feeding. The light was behind the subject, not the best shot but it records the variety one can see in Moss Landing.
And finally we saw this small group of Least Sandpipers.