As the coming gale picks up, these small waders make use of cracks in the Harbour Wall.
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In my view, I think turnstones are becoming tamer. For the last few years, turnstones have become a feature of the harbour walls at Padstow and St Ives in Cornwall, feeding on the crumbs under the benches - often when people are still sat on them!
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sit too close. They have been known to eat human flesh!!...and soap!!
I've noted this over the past few years, at Harwich an Walton-on-the-Naze. At Harwich a chap has been feeding them on crushed fat balls each day at a regular time and has quite large numbers coming in to feed.
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Concrete Harbour where Turnstones are often feeding.