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In the foreground is a Ruddy Turnstone. This is a shorebird that has a wide range and is common in many places around he world.
Unlike its companions on this rock that probe through mud and sand for insects and worms, (Semipalmated Sandpipers and a Semipalmated Plover) the ruddy turnstone turns stones over to reveal prey.
Also by Chuck Homler
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