As I was driving home along the sea front road I spotted a bird standing on a wall. It had red legs - nothing unusual there until I looked harder. It was a Red-Legged Partridge. Not one of our well-known waders or sea birds.
As I was driving I obviously couldn't take a picture, which is a shame.
The Red-Legged Partrridge is also known as The French Partridge - introduced into Britain in 1770. They are more likely to sit in trees than our indigenous species. Not generally on walls next to the sea, though.
I must admit, it did seem to have a slightly bewildered look. As did I.