Yesterday between 5:15-6 PM, I drove along the west shore of Washoe Lake as far north as I could go. The previously-reported Franklin's Gull still was present within a large flock of California and Ring-Billed Gulls about 2 miles north of Bellevue Road. However, the Sabine's Gull was not observed. There was a large flock of Gulls floating on the water off-shore in that area, and the Sabine's (if present) could have been within that flock, but I could not locate it as I carefully checked each Gull with my scope. No Baird's or Pectoral Sandpipers were observed, and the number of Least Sandpipers, Western Sandpipers, and Red-Necked Phalaropes was significantly less than this past weekend. Two Semipalmated Plovers were observed within a flock of Killdeer and peeps, and five Caspian Terns were resting within the Gull flock. The overall number of Gulls was more than observed this past weekend.