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Ralph Woodcock

Ralph Woodcock

Male. Lives in Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom. In a relationship.
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
A worthwhile visit to Dip Farm, Corton at luchtime - a buzzard was circling overhead on the Eastern side, and a pair of jays were foraging in the long grass. Plenty of rooks, crows and magpies as usua...View More
Ralph Woodcock
This talk on the birds of Lundy Island was streamed live on both Zoom and YouTube yesterday evening. The island seem well worth a visit when the current situation allows for travel. https://www.youtu...View More
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
The latest edition of The Birds of Whitlingham and Thorpe 2020 can be downloaded from the link on the page here: http://jamesbirdsandbeer.blogspot.com/p/whitlinghm.html A lot of work goes into the ...View More
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
No surprise here, my wellbeing has been increased by birds for many years. I am looking forward to the Spring and hopefully some better weather so I can get out more and birwdwatch again.
Ralph Woodcock
My second visit to Breydon Water this week, this time the eastern end. What a difference in the weather, sunshine, blue skies and almost warm. Good numbers of Golden Plover, Lapwing, Shovelers, a pair...View More
Ralph Woodcock
A cold and windy Breydon Water at Burgh Castle. Most notable sighting was a Marsh Harrier. Over the noise of the wind many geese could be heard on the opposite side of the water.
Ralph Woodcock
First trip out to Corton/Gunton for some time due to the wet weather and work. Few birds around apart from crows and magpies. Siskin heard calling amonst the trees.
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
Ralph Woodcock
Breydon Water - Burgh Castle at low tide this afternoon, curlew, avocets, a redshank and six marsh harriers flying over the mudflats, two more overcthe fields. This is the most marsh harriers that I h...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Sounds like a good trip #Ralph. Certainly lots of waders around at the moment.
Ralph Woodcock
An lunchtime visit to Dip Farm, Gunton, Suffolk- spotted a red kite sitting on a tall post, plenty of magpies and carrion crows. Gunton Warren - a single whitethroat, and more crows.
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Andrew Goodall
Good spot with the Red Kite Ralph. They have had a slow start in Suffolk but seem to be becoming more widespread now.
Ralph Woodcock
This is the third that i have seen this year locally, not a bird that I have seen around this area before.
Andrew Goodall
Good increase in sightings #Ralph. They appear to be much more common to the extreme west of the county and in many parts of Norfolk. Seems to have been several 1st year birds around this year prospecting. I usually only have about one sighting a year from home in the west of the county, however thi...View More
Ralph Woodcock
Yesterday I paid a visit to RSPB Minsmere in Suffolk and was fortunate enough to see a bittern flying very close to where I was walking. Minsmere is the only place that I have ever seen bitterns, oddl...View More
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Andrew Goodall
Brilliant Ralph and well done. It is a very good place for Bittern as is RSPB Lakenheath on the Norfolk / Suffolk border
Andrew Goodall
Welcome to Chirp Birding #Ralph
Ralph Woodcock
Thank you. I will have to checkout Lakenheath when I get the opportunity. Minsmere never fails to provide something of interest.
Andrew Goodall
I do not think you will be disappointed with Lakenheath #Ralph. Bittern, Common Crane, brilliant for Hobby in Spring and lots more.
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