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I took these photos at Village Creek, Fort Worth, Texas on May 25, 1998 to document the very odd-looking Least Sandpiper (LESA) on the right with a pale golden cap; it turned out to be some kind of fungal growth or skin deformity, but the bird with it is even more interesting as it has a strikingly Long-Toed Stint-like head pattern; compare it to the LTST at the bottom of this page:

Here is a photo of a Long-toed Stint from Attu, Alaska on May 21, 1988 by Paul Lehman: