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As I was walking along the edge of Cardiff Bay, I was mulling over what to feature for the letter T, and there they were, a little group of Turnstones, working their way along the water’s edge, one stopping to wash and preen, most poking to displace small pieces of vegetation for the insects beneath or prodding stones to scare out the tiny sea creatures lurking in their lee. And so my decision was made for me, and I am particularly delighted to share a photo of this particular Turnstone that came waddling right up to the top of the embankment as if to have its portrait taken.

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