These young Ruddy Turnstones lined up on a rock recently near Hadley Harbor like Olympians ready to receive their medals! This medium-sized shorebird has brownish upperparts, white underparts, dark marked face, short chisel-like bill, orange legs and feet. They are typically found on sandy and pebbly beaches and often gather in large winter flocks on rocky shorelines. Ruddy Turnstones breed in the high Arctic and migrate south along the Atlantic Coast.