There was a recent flurry of shorebird activity at Jackson Bottom, south of Hillsboro. I missed out on seeing some of the less common species, but a brief visit one morning provided lots of both Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs, among others.
Greater Yellowlegs were wading in the deeper water, chasing small fish.
Lesser Yellowlegs tended to stay in shallower water, and feed in a more delicate manner.
Common Carp, hoping the rainy season starts soon.