© David Hoffman
May 20, 2013
A Ruddy Turnstone stands still on a rock while water sprays all around it on the jetty at Murrell's Inlet, South Carolina, a town south of Myrtle Beach. David Hoffman shot the photo with a Sony A700 camera and a Sigma 70-500mm lens and posted it to our U.S. and Canada Gallery
Ruddy Turnstone breeds in the High Arctic and spends winters on the coasts of North America. You can find it at many locations, including these three: Malibu Lagoon State Beach, Malibu, CaliforniaMason Inlet Waterbird Management Area, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
Nine Springs Natural Area, Madison, Wisconsin
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