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Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Mon 6th November 17, 04:59pm Sighting location: Fan Bwlch Chwyth Quarry, Senni. Sighting date: 06/11/17
A female/juvenile Black Redstart was present at Senni Quarry this afternoon (up to 15:00). A pale (but not white) wing panel suggested a juvenile male to me. Fairly good views eventually but too gloomy to attempt a photograph. Also a juvenile Ring Ouzel on the track up, a single Raven and a Wren. Near Crai res a Woodcock was flushed, a female Kestrel and 75+ Fieldfare

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 5th November 17, 09:34pm Sighting location: Llandefalle Hill. Sighting date: 05/11/17
At last, some winter thrushes. 650 Redwing in 15 minutes moving west up out of the Wye valley over Brechfa Pool. 250 Fieldfare on Llandefalle Hill (E) above Ponde, and another 150 at Pentrenewbury Farm. 125 Golden Plover settled on the hill too, with a pr Stonechat and just one Snipe.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 5th November 17, 08:26pm Sighting location: Brecon Beacons. Sighting date: 05/11/17
1 Red Grouse, 1 Kestrel, 1 Sprawk, 1 Red Kite, 2 Buzzard, 1 Raven, 4 Crow, 2 Magpie and 3 Bullfinch feeding on heather looked out of place. 88 Fieldfare were heading north.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 4th November 17, 02:28pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 04/11/17
Forgot to mention a Kingfisher, 42 Redwing at Hawfinch site.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 4th November 17, 02:22pm Sighting location: Sennybridge. Sighting date: 04/11/17
A Kingfisher flew from Usk/Senni confluence, probably taking an overland short-cut towards the rest of the Senni river. A Marsh Tit was at feeders at one of the village petrol stations/cafes. In Brecon, up to 5 Hawfinches showed reasonably well at the site mentioned below between 11 and noon.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 3rd November 17, 06:44pm Sighting location: Brecon Cricket Club field . Sighting date: 03/11/17
10 - 14 Hawfinch within the grove of Hornbeams, but mobile. Plenty of seed there, especially at mid-height, so should hold the birds a while.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 3rd November 17, 02:35pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 03/11/17
54 species seen around the lake with the highlights being a Hawfinch at Llangorse Common that flew off toward the hide, a Jack Snipe, 7+ Water Rail, 16 Goldeneye, 6 Shoveler, a GW Egret moving from in front of the hide to the western reed bed, a singing Cetti’s at the crannog and the resident Shelduck and Mandarin.

Entry added by: Editor,' Breconshire Birds' Annual Report on Fri 3rd November 17, 09:58am Sighting location: Breconshire. Sighting date: 03/11/17
The 2016 Breconshire Bird Report is now out! Price £7 (£8.20p inclusive of p&p if mailed). The Wildlife Trust Office in Brecon is closed today, but reports will be available from there from Monday morning. 80 pages of articles, photos (incl some of rarely-witnessed events)& full Systematic List. Tel 01874 625708 prior to visiting BWT, or for mailing enquiries. Copies will also be available at the WOS Annual Conference in Monmouth tomorrow 4/11. Enjoy!.

Entry added by: Gwil & Bob Griffiths on Thu 2nd November 17, 10:45am Sighting location: South Brecs. Sighting date: 01/11/17
On a trip through Ystradfellte, Cwm Llia, Heol Senni to Mynydd Illtud was : A Green Woodpecker, a solitary male Stonechat, several Mippits, three Kestrel and a Peregrine that seemed rather interested in, and causing some alarm to the flocking birds in its vicinity. In each area were large numbers of Fieldfare, Redwing & Starling and on Mynydd Illtud there were several smaller flocks of Blackbird.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 1st November 17, 02:42pm Sighting location: Brecon Beacons. Sighting date: 01/11/17
Walked the loop from Storey Arms up Fan Fawr, across to CCG and back along the ridge. Only 11 species the highlight being 5 Ring Ouzel - a pair at Fan Fawr and two 1st W birds feeding on the path along Craig-y-Fro ridge that dropped down to join a female below. Also 12 Mipit, 1 Wren, 2 Goldfinch, 1 Stonechat, 1 Robin, 1 Blackbird, 2 Red Kite, 2 Buzzard, 2 Raven and 3 Crow. A Red Admiral butterfly was flying up on the moor.