The ruddy turnstone (Arenaria interpres) is named because it is constantly flipping over rocks, shells, and other debris searching for invertebrates. In breeding plumage, it has bright rusty brown or chestnut upperparts and a bold black-and-white pattern on the head and neck. Non-breeding and juvenile are duller brown but still boldly patterned. It breeds in the high Arctic tundra; winters on coastlines nearly worldwide.
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