Ruddy Turnstones

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Subject: Ruddy Turnstones
From: Burnice Starkey <>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2014 07:48:19 +0000

Sailing north, we visited Low Islets off Port Douglas, Far Nth Qld.Very windy 
conditions with 20-25 knot winds. 8 Ruddy Turnstones were on the wind protected 
side of the island working the pebbles and coral debris on the foreshore. Some 
had black streaks on the crown
and a black pattern on the face passing through the eye, with a suggestion of 
upper parts among the black pattern. All had bright orange legs.

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