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Two more juv. Semipalmated Sandpipers (SESAs), all photographed near Fort Worth, Texas on August 13, 1999 by Martin Reid.
1) On this bird note the extremely long (for SESA) primary projection beyond the tertials - it looks to be comfortably within that expected for RNST:

2) Here's another bird showing gaps in the plumage (dropped feathers awaiting fresh winter replacements). With the sun from the left, its other striking feature is not visible, but -

- note how the lateral crown area above the supercilium is fairly pale;

- and in fact it has strikingly-demarcated central and lateral crown zones: