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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
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Andrew Goodall
has seen Pectoral Sandpiper Lound, England, United Kingdom
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Andrew Goodall
has seen Red-necked Phalarope Fetlar, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Andrew Goodall
has seen Jack Snipe Bothamsall, England, United Kingdom
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Andrew Goodall
We are heading for a hot few days again here in the UK.
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Good morning Covid - 19 birders. Here is a list of sightings from home for yesterday ( Wednesday 5th August). 20 or 21 species depending on Lesser Black backed Gulls. Tawny Owl 1 (heard calling at dus...View More
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Another hot and breezy day in store for today. Lots of agricultural activity in the local fields.
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A reasonable days observation from the yard for Tuesday 4th August. 29 species Common Kestrel 2 Common Swift 2 ( still an odd one or two around) Stock Dove 1 Barn Swallow 20 Eurasian Collared Dove 4 E...View More
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Andrew Goodall
A warmer day today. Local field cultivations are bringing a few gulls down to feed.
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Good morning. The ups and downs of birding. A low count yesterday. It was quite breezy and I think smaller passerines were hiding. 17 species European Goldfinch 1 Barn Swallow 40 Common Swift 6 Lesser...View More
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A few recent sightings. 3rd August Põõsaspea neem, Estonia Common Scoter 182 flying south west. A significant reduction from previous days! 3rd August, Peniche, Portugal Cory's Shearwater 109, flying...View More
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Andrew Goodall
A bright and sunny morning with a brisk breeze here in Suffolk, UK. Just spent a good hour birding from the yard and no Common Swift as yet. Will yesterday go down as my latest date for 2020?
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Andrew Goodall
Top of the morning observers, hope all is well in your corners of the globe? Here is my list of garden / yard sightings for Sunday 2nd August. 26 species Mallard 7 Black headed Gull 7 Lesser Black bac...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Recent counts from various locations; 01st August - Rodeo Lagoon Seawatch, California Brown Pelican 870 flying north Brandt's Cormorant 229 flying north Elegant Tern 1,310 flying north Friday 31st Ju...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Well that is July behind us and yet again due to spending more time viewing from my yard I have had another (5th consecutive) record breaking month. My best ever July prior to this year was 2014 when ...View More
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John White
Interesting Andrew! Why do you think there are more species around this year? Or are you just birding a lot harder?
Andrew Goodall
Birding much harder from home John, mainly because of covid Lockdown and work has not returned to normal yet so spending more days at home. Also my competitive streak has taken over and I am really trying hard to break records.
Andrew Goodall
Seem to be going through a settled hot spell here in the UK.
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Good morning all. The UK recorded it’s third hottest day ever yesterday at 37.8C in London. Here at home we reached 33C. Phew. It was a good day on the recording front with 30 species recorded. As fo...View More
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Natalie White
Wow that is hot!
Andrew Goodall
Certainly is by our standards Natalie.
Natalie White
I was there last July when it was also a hot few days well into the 30's!
Andrew Goodall
Some recent migration counts. 31st July Põõsaspea neem, Estonia Common Scoter 10,371 flying south west. Velvet Scoter 60, flying south west. Teal 93, flying south west. Red-necked Grebe 48, flying ...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Possibility of 31C this afternoon.
Andrew Goodall
Good morning all. A very hot day yesterday and today is set to be our hottest so far this year! Here is my list for yesterday (Thursday 30th). 28 species Common Pheasant 2 Greylag Goose 4 Stock Dove 1...View More
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