Brandon Miller, Jess Burton and I found this Black Turnstone at Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve in Clark County, Nevada this morning.
The bird was first spotted across a pond. As we approached, another bird flushed it and the BLTU flew towards us and landed close by. It walked along the edge of the pond, turning stones, and walked right by us giving a great view!
If you chase this bird, it was in the east corner of the northernmost pond. Good luck and good birding!
Here are more pictures from that day as well as more pictures from 8/25/2015 when I revisited the HBVP and relocated the BLTU in the same location, roughly. Notably, the turnstone was much more active and more skittish than a few days ago when we first found it. Eating well?