Some use worms for fishing others fish for worms.
The Turnstone, a small bird of the shore line it’s has a mottled appearance with brown or chestnut and black upper parts and brown and white or black and white head pattern, whilst their lower parts are white and legs orange. They are often seen in small flocks on the shore line. These pictures show how the bird blend into it’s environment.
Hairy Porcelain Crab
Another small crab (although not a true crab) its has a flattened body and clamps it.s self to the underside of a rocks. Again it is small it could hide underneath a 20p coin. The shell is covered in hair and the two large claws contain a fringe of hair.
This little crab has a shell size the size of my little finger nail I do not know yet what is called, if you know let me know.
Further to my last post of starfish and lower water at Tichfield Haven here are some more wonders of low water on a Hampshire shore. There is so much wild life under your feet
2 small starfish found at low tide at Titchfield Haven. Hampshire
As we left Chirk this morning I stopped and took a photo of these massive gates to the castle. All their history was on the plaque.
Now in Wales this is the approach to our campsite next to Chrik Castle which we visited as managed by the National Trust
Took my 1st Buzzard picture, flying away —-must try harder.