A bird always to be found on the beach at Sheringham is the Turnstone. It's pebbly beach is a great attraction for this small wading bird. There are also some nice big mossy rocks for it to probe for food.
A typical sight on the sea wall at Sheringham.
A small group bathing in some run off water.
Hello, the Turnstone is a beautiful shorebird. Great photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
I rarely get to see shorebirds except on blog posts. This one is a real treat.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots of an interesting bird!ReplyDelete
we call them ruddy turnstones in USA...love the lighting in your photos!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Adam, for sharing with us bird lovers at I'd Rather B Birdin'
This is a new bird to me....MichelleReplyDelete
I've never heard of this bird before. A cutie!ReplyDelete
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