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Andrew Goodall

Male. Lives in Diss, Suffolk, United Kingdom. 64 years old. Married.
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Son, Husband, Dad and Grandad. Birding for over 50 years, mainly UK but also Greece, Italy, Spain, B...View More
Andrew Goodall
Good evening everyone. Here is today’s list from my Suffolk garden. Common Pheasant 1 Lesser Black backed Gull 3 Common Wood Pigeon 6 Common Swift 10 Eurasian Magpie 1 Common Kestrel 1 Great Spotted W...View More
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Andrew Goodall
There has been a Lammergeier close to Howden in East Yorkshire for a few days. It was on national news tonight.
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Andrew Goodall
Weather is improving slowly, day by day. Our first sign of summer and harvest today. A field of Oilseed Rape has been harvested today. It makes it a bit easier for spotting pheasant and partridges whe...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Evening all. Here is my garden list for today from my little corner of Suffolk, UK. Common Shelduck 7 Mallard 5 Common Linnet 1 Stock Dove 1 Western Marsh Harrier 1 Eurasian Sparrowhawk 1 Common Starl...View More
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Evening all. A rewarding day today with a total of 32 species. Common Kestrel 3 Lesser Black backed Gull 7 Western Barn Owl 1 Mallard 3 Common Shelduck 8 Greylag Goose 2 Eurasian Sparrowhawk 1 Black h...View More
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Sam Erian
Wow. Amazing!
Andrew Goodall
Rodeo Lagoon Seawatch, California Brown pelican 848 North Brandt's cormorant 212 South Guillemot 400 south
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Andrew Goodall
This morning; Hunmanby Gap, North Yorkshire, UK 157 Common Swift North Courtesy of Trektellen
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Andrew Goodall
A much better start to the day weather wise. Let's see what today brings.
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A very mixed day for weather but fairly wet with lots of showers. Could be forgiven for thinking it was April! It is very true what they say about the early bird catches the worm. 24 species in the fi...View More
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We have upwards of 40 Common Starling feeding daily on the suet blocks in the garden. Most of them are juveniles. I notice today several are starting to gain their big boys and girls spots already.
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Stuart Churchill
Starlings seem to have a good year in Doncaster as the local hoard here is often 100+ with a good percentage of juvs.
Andrew Goodall
Slight improvement on the weather today, it is only 08:07 and i have seen the sun already! Still think we could have some showers though. Been out 1 hr and off to a flying start with 24 species alrea...View More
Andrew Goodall
Evening everyone, a more productive day today with a bit more time spent at home and a few hours break in the rain. Had my first Eurasian Sparrowhawk for some time then had a second or the same bird a...View More
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Andrew Goodall
The day begins damp and drizzly yet again! A bit more activity at the feeders this morning with a family group of Eurasian Blue Tits on the suet.
Andrew Goodall
Pleased to have just had Eurasian Sparrowhawk in the garden. It stayed for a couple of minutes. This is my first record since 09th May 2020.
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Natalie White
That's great Andrew!
Andrew Goodall
Hello and good evening everyone. Sending in my report for the day a bit early. I have decided to give up for Wednesday, the weather has been rubbish all day with terrible visibility and rain all day. ...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Polite reminder fellow birders. Within Bird Clubs in Groups, I have created Global Migration. Who is not interested in migration? A place to share your observations and records of nocturnal migration...View More
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Had to carry out a job in Lowestoft, Suffolk this morning. It was great to drive by the docks and see the window ledge nesting Kittiwake. Quite a few nests with well developed young. Normally you woul...View More
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John White
Beautiful bird. Are Kittieake’s related to gull’s in any way?
Andrew Goodall
Hi John, yes they are closely related to the family Larus but this is one of two species in the genus Rissa. The other being Red -Legged but that does not occur in the UK, just America as far as I am aware. Thanks for asking.
Holtzhausen Family
Nice photo111!
Holtzhausen Family
Sorry, i meant: Nice photo!
Andrew Goodall
Thanks kindly, digiscoped with my iPhone
John White
Interesting, thanks for the info Andrew 👍
Andrew Goodall
No worries all part of the service. Lol. What time is it with you guys?
John White
Almost 7pm here in Caoe Town, SA 😀
Andrew Goodall
Thanks John, Interesting you are only 1 hr ahead of us here in the UK.
Andrew Goodall
Visibility quite poor at the moment due to a misty rain. Distance viewing is not possible at the moment. Don't think it will clear for several hours.
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