The Woodcock in Ireland

February 11, 2020
Date April 7, 2020
Time 8:00 pm
Location SMA Hall, Wilton, Cork
Accessibility Fully accessable

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Join our Cork branch for an evening discussing The Woodcock with James O`Neill

“The woodcock is the only species of wading bird in Ireland that is adapted to breed in woodland. Its plumage provides superb camouflage, blending with dead leaf litter and ground vegetation where it nests, rears its chicks and roosts during the day. Breeding woodcock were once thought to be widely distributed throughout Ireland, however, recent data from the UK & Ireland Breeding Bird Atlas suggests a significant contraction in range”