Photo: Ruddy Turnstone spotted on the coast of Cornwall

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The Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) gets its name from its foraging behavior, as it flips stones along the shore in search of food. β€œWhile walking in the harbor at St Ives in Cornwall I saw this Turnstone on the breakaway,” writes Wendy Chapman. β€œIt was fun to photograph it.”

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