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Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sun 24th September 17, 02:28pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 24/09/17
Three Great Egrets flew together past Llangasty, and 3 Common Terns were fishing or sitting on the west end yellow bouys. One Common Sandpiper on the Point and 2 Shelducks (which did not include the tame youngster).

Entry added by: Nicholas Beswick on Sat 23rd September 17, 09:32pm Sighting location: Mynydd Llangatwg. (SO170153) Sighting date: 23/09/17
Ringtail Hen Harrier hunting over the moor near the Llangynidr road

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 22nd September 17, 05:51pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 22/09/17
Impressive feeding flock of 400 Goldfinches in the cut/baled hay field in front of Ty Mawr Fm, at lunchtime. Common Sandpiper on Point, 4 GCGrebe, little else.

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Thu 21st September 17, 03:27pm Sighting location: Glasbury garden (Lower Penylan). Sighting date: 21/09/17
Hobby and Sparrowhawk both hunting over / through the garden this morning. Still Dragonflies in garden also plentiful butterflies (Peacock, Red Admiral, Comma, Small Tortoiseshell) on Michaelmas Daisies & Apples.

Entry added by: Tony Williams on Thu 21st September 17, 02:48pm Sighting location: Llanddew LD3 9RL. (SO057309) Sighting date: 22/09/17
Marsh Tit on sunflower seeds and peanuts in garden at Llanddew

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 20th September 17, 03:22pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake / Brecfa Pool. Sighting date: 20/09/17
4 Wigeon have returned and a Common Sandpiper was at Llangasty. The Shelduck remains. At Brecfa 15 Mippit and a Hobby.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 19th September 17, 09:08pm Sighting location: Upper Chapel. Sighting date: 19/09/17
Circuit Baily Bach - Twyn-y-Post - Llyn Penylan - grid &road. 36 spp incl 8 Stonechat & 2 Whinchat on Baily Bach 'coedcae',Green Woodpecker, 6 Skylark & 50 MPipit along hill fence, 3 Kestrels hunting, 5 Teal on Llyn Penylan, Grey Wagtail. Login Pool yielded Heron, Little Grebe, pr Moorhen & a Chiffchaff. LT Tits. 2 Stock Doves.

Entry added by: John Harper on Tue 19th September 17, 06:06pm Sighting location: Hide, Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 19/09/17
Lens cap Sigma 77mm found in grass behind bench+table on way down to hide; put on ledge above posting box inside hide.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Tue 19th September 17, 05:07pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 19/09/17
Spotted Redshank came in over SCM, called che-wit three times, flew high around lake before dropping out of sight behind tree fringe. Great Egret on far shore, 5 Snipe out of SCM, 3 sightings of Hobby including 2 together.

Entry added by: Neil Farr on Mon 18th September 17, 03:36pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/09/17
14 bird species seen. At Llangorse common there was a blue, coal tit, robin and a pair of wrens. A walk from the café to the bird hide and back - numerous goldfinches, pied wagtails, robin, G S woodpecker, 4 meadow pipits, 2 reed buntings, cormorant flying over, 4 buzzards, 1 red kite, 5 distant lapwings seen from bird hide flying together then dispersing away to the east and best sighting of the day a Hobby ( 2:40 p.m ) in a field to the north of Tymawr Farm along the edge of the lake hunting hirundines ( swallows and house martins ) - it circled overhead then flew across the treeline and out of sight ( my 1st Hobby ) - special.