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WelshAndy

White Woodcock

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    That is a rarity. I've never seen anything like it 

     

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    That would make a nice taxidermy display.ive never seen one like that before.

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    white feathers are usually caused by a starchy diet hence why some crows have them as they eat a lot of bread

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    Unique markings on that bird. In Colin Trotmans book on Woodcock, there are some pictures of Woodcock with varying colours, some more or less white.

    Cheers

    Aled

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    On 11/01/2019 at 10:31, Aled said:

    Unique markings on that bird. In Colin Trotmans book on Woodcock, there are some pictures of Woodcock with varying colours, some more or less white.

    Cheers

    Aled

    Somewhere on my travels I have seen a display case with two pure White Woodcock that had been set up , I cant remember where it was or anything else about them , it could well be in a museum or stately house in east anglia , so maybe somebody else have seen them and could give us more information .

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