Ruddy Turnstones at Brixham Breakwater #1

I set off before dawn to see what wildlife I could find at Brixham breakwater in South Devon. I was delighted with Ruddy Turnstones so tame that they came to see me. They must be used to being fed by anglers with spare bait.

Lovely.

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