Tag Archives: Arenaria interpres


Ruddy Rendez-vous

Ruddy Turnstones are quite reliable birds. Usually they show when and where you expect them: at the shoreline or around the harbour. This time of year, you may find them still in their breeding plumage, […]

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Harbour Homies

This week I visited the harbour two times. All the usual suspects showed up: Purple Sandpipers, Ruddy Turnstones and Oystercatchers. Good to see the Sandpipers again, for me the first time this fall. As I […]

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Reliable Ruddy

Sometimes I just want to go out and get some fresh air. Usually I take the camera, just in case. And, at the harbour, there’s one species I can always rely on: the Ruddy Turnstones. […]

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Ruddy T.

This time of year is the right time for meeting up with some old friends. Breeding along the northern shore lines, Ruddy Turnstones winter along ours. So, when visiting our coasts and harbours during fall […]

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A Tale of two Turnstones

The Ruddy Turnstone can be found almost everywhere at coastlines around the world, depending on the season that is. Here in The Netherlands we have many of them in winter time, and they are known […]

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