By FrankonGabriola - Jan 24 4:08 pm
These are dunlins, Snipes are usually solitary or in small groups and are very secretive in marshes and grassy fields, and are usually in groups of 2-5. They do not fly that much unless spooked, and have longer bills. They also have white stripes on their back. Dunlins are much more common on mudflats and can congregate in groups up to tens of thousands of birds, and often mix in with Least Sandpipers, western sandpipers, and other small sandpipers.
I hope this helps !