Turnstones feeding at Kittiwake nests. On 27th April 1991, while photographing a colony of Kittiwakes Rissa tridactyla on two adjacent cliffs at Newquay, Cornwall, I was surprised to see two Turnstones Arenaria interpres flitting from ledge to ledge on the vertical cliff, some 35 m above sea level and shouldering their way among the Kittiwakes. The Turnstones were feeding (on i


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