Onward to the overlook. To reach the overlook one needs to cross the bridge, continue on the path to the boardwalk, turn right and in a few moments the overlook appears; there is seating and a railing for resting binoculars. (nothing worse than tired binoculars)
Feeding along the edge of the bay were Semipalmated Plover (could not see their toes), 2 Black-bellied Plover, handful of Least Sandpiper, 2 Greater Yellowlegs, Long-billed Curlew, Willet, and Marbled Godwit. In the distance a cluster of White Pelican.
I was hoping to find a Northern Waterthrush, an infrequent visitor to our area, but the little tail bobber (I added "bobber" to my computer dictionary which now makes it a real word) was a no show - matters not as I was delighted with the birds and the beauty observed.