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Turnstones are so named because they often feed by turning over small stones along the shore and picking at what they fine under them, generally insects, crustaceans, and molluscs. With their mottled appearance they are often easy to miss, especially in rocks and seaweed; there are often one or two hanging around the harbour, especially at low tide. They breed in the far north but between migratory stragglers and non-breeding early returnees, they can be seen pretty much all year round in Ireland.