The Turnstone belongs to a fourth family, but it is a very small one.
"Citizen Bird" by Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott Coues
Even now I think with pity of one particular turnstone.
"The Foot-path Way" by Bradford Torrey
On these knolls they fed with semipalmated sandpipers, pectoral sandpipers, and ruddy turnstones.
"Birds Found on the Arctic Slope of Northern Alaska" by James W. Bee
The stout, short-legged Turnstone is the most cosmopolitan of birds.
"An Australian Bird Book" by John Albert Leach
The Sea Dotterel which Wilkin supposes to be the Ring Plover, is undoubtedly the Turnstone.
"Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk" by Thomas Browne
SURF BIRDS AND TURNSTONES.
"Color Key to North American Birds" by Frank M. Chapman
Articles from the pages of BirdWatching about oystercatchers, curlews, plovers, turnstones, and other shorebirds (or waders).
When ruddy turnstones arrive on the US coast in August, they're still decked out in their calico colors: black, white and rusty red.
Though all of them are born in the Arctic, ruddy turnstones spend only three months up there.
Turnstone Wheelchair Basketball Tournament .