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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 18th October 17, 05:22pm Sighting location: Coed Carno. Sighting date: 18/10/17
New birds for me in this wood were a Woodcock that flushed from a path and a Grey Heron feeding at the pond. A finch flock of 120 birds contained a few Siskin but mostly Redpoll. A showy Marsh Tit was near the pond.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 18th October 17, 04:18pm Sighting location: River Wye Leach Pool Bronydd. Sighting date: 18/10/17
Via Chris Wells, River Wye Leach Pool ( Bronydd )- Great White Egret.

Entry added by: Bob and Gwil Griffiths on Tue 17th October 17, 07:30pm Sighting location: South Brecs. Sighting date: 17/10/17
Two Crossbills just south of Carn yr Arian, several Stonechats in Cwm Llia and small parties of Mistle Thrushes here and on Mynydd Illtyd

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Tue 17th October 17, 01:22pm Sighting location: Talybont. Sighting date: 17/10/17
A lone swallow feeding in warm sunshine this morning.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 17th October 17, 10:40am Sighting location: BRECONSHIRE. Sighting date: 17/10/17
2016 BRECONSHIRE BIRD REPORT is with the Printers and should be available by the end of October. Published by Brecknock Wildlife Trust. Price and sources to acquire your own copy to be announced. Thanks to all those people that have submitted records in 2016.

Entry added by: Nigel Starnes on Mon 16th October 17, 11:23pm Sighting location: Tirabad. Sighting date: 16/10/17
Barn Owl hunting over rough grassland by the road between Tirabad and Spite Inn this evening . Also a Kestrel at Spite Inn a few weeks ago - both uncommon birds round here .

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Mon 16th October 17, 03:20pm Sighting location: Defynnog. Sighting date: 16/10/17
My first Redwing flock of the year around fruiting yew trees in Defynnog church yard this morning. c 50 were present and bird were also heard overhead between 21:00 and midnight the previous night. Also 5 Mistle Thrush and 13 Greenfinch in the same trees. Also 2 Swallows low over the church moving south

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Mon 16th October 17, 09:12am Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 15/10/17
A Merlin zipped past at eye level as I walked down Cerrigcochion Road into Brecon yesterday afternoon, 15.10.17

Entry added by: L M-A on Mon 16th October 17, 08:43am Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 14/10/17
55 cormorants 23 lapwings 37 wigeon

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sun 15th October 17, 08:59pm Sighting location: Llewel. Sighting date: 15/10/17
Close views of a Merlin above Llewel at dusk (another probable seen hunting at >1km range near Coelbren yesterday evening). At Y Gors Trestle caught the back end of the Snipe exodus with at least 23 counted and a Tawny Owl calling.