For those of an age, or who do not have progeny, Where's Wally? keeps wee ones busy for hours, trying to find this:
Now imagine Wally is an American Golden Plover, and the beach scene is Whitburn Steel, a broad expanse of Golden Plover-coloured sandstone with other rocks too, without landmarks, and covered in Golden Plovers.
Add some spice by way of canoeists, cockle-pickers and Kestrels just to mix up the pack occasionally.
And there you have it, how to occupy a Sunday afternoon. Throw in a Roseate Tern amongst the Commons, Arctics and Sandwiches and an ice-cream for 'Er Indoors and it all turned out quite nice.