Note their wonderful bright eyes - hence their name: Goldeneye. The black and white ones are male They rest on the bank when the tide is out and every now and then fly out to the firth to feed.
Have you ever walked along the river path near the harbour and wondered what the clicking noise is? Probably the Turnstones busily turning stones looking for food (suitable name!)
These are incredibly hard birds to photograph - they move their heads so quickly that it is nearly impossible to get a none blurred photo. Here's what they look like when they are sitting still - and below are some blurred pictures of one with it's prey - as well as one being chased for it's prey!