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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 23rd September 18, 10:17pm Sighting location: Mynydd Illtyd. Sighting date: 23/09/18
5 Golden Plover back in the usual roost and a group of 4 Stonechat near by.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 22nd September 18, 11:37pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 22/9/18
Viewing from Lakeside. At 3.30pm a Bittern flew from the western reedbeds, right past the hide (whoever was in there must have had a brilliant view!), and dropped into the reedbed i/f of the Retreat House. Male Mandarin and Shelduck on the pontoons.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Wed 19th September 18, 12:11pm Sighting location: Pennorth. Sighting date: 19/09/18
4 Little Egrets flew low SW through the 'Pennorth Gap' into the Usk valley this morning.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Tue 18th September 18, 05:40pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 18/09/18
Two Common Terns at Llangasty. More than 100 Pied Wagtails on Llangorse Common

Entry added by: M&W Evans on Sun 16th September 18, 10:09am Sighting location: Llangynidr Bridge, River Usk.. Sighting date: 16/09/18
Impressive movement of House Martins along the line of the Usk at Llangynidr this morning at 9.30. Many hundreds of birds feeding in a tall spiral. Buzzard and 2 Raven present.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 12th September 18, 09:11pm Sighting location: Ffrwdgrech. Sighting date: 12/09/18
Second visit to two BTO Tawny Owl Survey tetrads tonight - single male calling from Held Wood.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 12th September 18, 07:51pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 12/09/18
Two Little Egrets on far shore from Llangasty. Single Whinchat and Stonechat in meadowsweet below Ty Mawr.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 12th September 18, 06:07pm Sighting location: Mynydd Illtyd / Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 12/09/18
Only 10 Snipe in the WeBs count, 18 Mipit and 3 Skylark still around the count area but no Stonechat seen anywhere. Later during a brief stop at Llangorse 10 Gadwall including 3 drakes that were vocally displaying to a duck, 2 Wigeon, 2 Hobby and a (the) Shelduck on the crannog island.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Mon 10th September 18, 10:14pm Sighting location: Beacons park, Brecon. Sighting date: 10/09/18
Hobby flew west over house at 8.30 in exactly the same line as my sighting on Sept 5th, same bird I guess.

Entry added by: Sean Wilcox on Mon 10th September 18, 05:23pm Sighting location: Wye - Llyswen to Llanstephan. Sighting date: 10/09/18
River Wye - 23 species including Chiff Chaff, 2 Kingfishers, approx 120 House Martins over 2 fields beside Llyswen School and 70 (seventy)+ Mandarin Ducks, 2 Goosanders and 2 Little Egrets in flight. I wont go into which bank of the Wye all these were on, or closest to, I know how B&R rivalry can be.