There are good numbers of Turnstone that roost on the Helipad outer wall, I took this image during a visit last week as the birds were feeding on the beach on the receding tide, I noticed one bird was wearing a flag and luckily got close enough to get the snap.
The record was confirmed today by Seumus Eaves of the Fylde Ringing Group,
re: Turnstone AW was ringed at Fleetwood Marine Lakes on 16.12.12, and was aged as an adult at the time, meaning that it was hatched in 2011 or earlier, so this bird is now at least 11 years old. After ringing in 2012 it wasn't re-sighted again until November 2016 and January 2017, and both sightings were from Fleetwood Marine Lakes. Since then it hasn't been re-sighted until last weeks sighting at Half Moon Bay.
Turnstone AW was one of just 47 birds flagged as part of a project that ran for about year, sadly it had to be abandoned because of disturbance.
Only one ringed Knot read today, whilst a good tide it was very flat so few Knot were present on the helipad, luckily out of a group of 11 there was this bird.