Sunday, 2 September 2012

Leucistic Turnstone.

On Friday we stopped to tell our guests about the Shags when I noticed a Leucistic Turnstone sitting beside all the Shags. At first glance I had not got a clue what it was but after taking a second look and then getting one of the lads to check it out to we were both stunned by the colours.

With not a care in the world the Turnstone hopped around lifting seaweed and checking the rocks for food as I snapped away. 

I have seen a few birds like this but never a Turnstone, but it was a total pleasure to view a bird like this and even our guests who were not into birds enjoyed some lovely views.


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