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Update: I've added some comparative photos of a bright dominica from a similar date, at the bottom of the page.
This juvenile Lesser Golden Plover was photographed in mid-September (not by me, and not in Texas!); it is either a dominica that is exceptionally yellow, with fulva-like spots on the mantle/scaps, thick golden crown streaks, and narrow, yellowish supercilium, or it's a fulva with still-growing tertials, longish (but not exceptional) wings, shortish legs, and smallish bill... which is it?:

Below are images of a bright American Golden Plover photographed by Colin Bradshaw at Port Perry Sewage Lagoons in Ontario on 11th Sept., 2002: