Tonight the two Buff breasted sandpipers were showing very well on the western area of the Range at South Stack (accessed from North Car park - straight out). They were on the short heather with little furrows between, not on the short grassy areas. Me and Tony had a moment togeather with them after we showed them to some visiting birders for whom these were lifers, which was great for them. They were very approachable (the birds that is) and obviously couldn't see me and Tony approaching due to the way we blend into the background! After getting a few hundred shots we crept off leaving them feeding happily at about 7pm. I also got a shot showing that the gold at the end of the Rainbow can be in the form of a nice pair of Buff breasts!