(Plates 37-44)the Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) is more numerous on our coasts in spring and autumn, it is safe to say that there are some present in every month of the year. Individuals in the striking and handsome breeding plumage shown in Plates 37 to 41 may be seen even on the South coast in mid-June, and it is perhaps not surprising that rumours of nesting occur from time to time. A case in ...

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