November 1985 – vol. 78, issue 11, pp 589–590 Last month's photograph by Richard T. Mills (plate 241, repeated here as 288) is so sharp and evenly lit, and gives such a vivid impression of how the bird must actually have looked, that one is tempted to jump to a rapid conclusion. Other than settling for a wader of the genus Calidris, it would, however, be wiser to refrain for a moment until we can consider all the options. There is no subs... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.