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Entry added by: Bob & Gwil Griffiths on Tue 13th March 18, 09:11pm Sighting location: South Brecs. Sighting date: 13/03/18
Near Hepste Bridge a Kestrel, Stonechat, 20 Fieldfares and 2 Redwing. In Cwm Llia a Stonechat and singing Mistle Thrush. Near the pool on Mynydd Illtyd a Curlew and possibly another calling. Also here a single Skylark.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Tue 13th March 18, 08:56pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 13/03/18
Pair of Scaup at the lake today per Twitter Welshbirders

Entry added by: Jonathan Saville on Tue 13th March 18, 08:32pm Sighting location: Black Mountains. Sighting date: 13/03/18
A fine, sunny day gifted us 5 Golden Plover, 2 Snipe, 1 Jack Snipe, 10+ Raven, 2 Red Grouse, 1 Red Kite and quite a few singing Skylarks.

Entry added by: M&W Evans on Tue 13th March 18, 01:40pm Sighting location: Pencommin, Llangynidr. Sighting date: 13/03/18
A first for our garden today, in fact a first for any garden we've had in and out of UK. Joining a host of finches, tits, thrushes and blackbirds a single well marked female Yellowhammer...too quick for the camera unfortunately.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 11th March 18, 08:08pm Sighting location: Llanbwchllyn Lake, Radnor. Sighting date: 11/03/18
Looks like our Ferruginous Duck has crossed the boarder to Llanbwchllyn Lake in Radnor - seen there yesterday and today.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Sun 11th March 18, 07:45pm Sighting location: Groesfford. (SO083277) Sighting date: 08/03/18
19 redwing gathering near Y Byddwn

Entry added by: David Whitehead on Sun 11th March 18, 12:44pm Sighting location: Brecfa pool. Sighting date: 11/03/18
Quick scan gave up to 16 teal, lbb gulls curlew, coot, pair of gadwall, pair of canada geese, mallard and 50 plus bh gull

Entry added by: Andrew King/Keith Noble on Sat 10th March 18, 09:25pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 10/03/18
Keith's walk to the Wall found 11 Curlew, 30+ Lapwing, 15+ Goosander, Scaup, 2 Pintail. At Llangasty at dusk we had 3 m Common Scoter, 34 Goldeneye, 11 Pochard, 2 GWEgrets, 1 LEgret, at least one singing Cettis survived the chill - and waited for the gulls to arrive. Approx counts were 1550 BHGulls, 1500 LBBG, 500HG, 2 GBBG, 20 CGulls and late in came the 1st-w Iceland Gull. This has now been in the area for at least a week, first found at Ty Mawr Pool (Llanfrynach) on 1st March, probably nightly at the Llangorse roost and likely also the bird seen at Brynmawr by day.

Entry added by: David Whitehead on Sat 10th March 18, 05:10pm Sighting location: Mynydd illtud. Sighting date: 10/03/18
A look round the big pool gave 6 herons, 4 kites, 1 buzzard but best of all for me a pair of curlew are back. Must be spring. A sparrowhawk put up the golden plover they split up but estimate 50 plus

Entry added by: John Davies on Sat 10th March 18, 03:12pm Sighting location: Llanddew Church/Tynewydd. Sighting date: 10/03/18
Bad news ! 4 or 5 dead thrush below the Church in Llanddew. Cannot see any sign of fungus, Any ideas ?