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Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Sun 17th February 19, 03:03pm Sighting location: Glasbury Fford Fawr. Sighting date: 17/02/19
WeBS count today: 97 Canada Goose, 3 Buzzard, 2 Goosander, 12 Grey Heron, 5 Little Egret, 59 Mallard, 8 Mute Swan, 9 Teal, and of best interest for this patch 4 Oystercatcher

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 17th February 19, 12:03pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake circuit. Sighting date: 17/02/19
WeBS this morning. Single Red-necked Grebe along west reed margins - only the 3rd county record, singles at Talybont Res in 1975 and 1977. Congrats to Mark H for finding/reporting it yesterday. Also 10 GCGrebe, 56 Cormorant, 2 Little and 5 Great Egrets, 29 M Swan, 265 Canada Geese, 422 Wigeon, 79 Gadwall, 28 Teal, 130 Mallard, 58 Shoveler, 8, Pochard (2 fems), 1m Scaup, 102 Tufted Duck, 7 Pintail, 1 Shelduck, 61 Goldeneye, 17 Goosander, 304 Coot and the first 2 Curlew of spring.

Entry added by: Carlton, Dawn & Ben Parry on Sat 16th February 19, 08:45pm Sighting location: Llangasty carrpark and hide. Sighting date: 16/02/19
2 m Scaup, 5+ Pochard, Tufted Duck 100+, Goldeneye c 20, Goosander 8+, Wigeon 120+, Gadwall 40+, Shoveler 20+, Teal 8, Mallard 6+. Several prs GC Greebe starting to display. Water Rail 3, Cettiā€™s Warbler 1, Reed Bunting 3+, Snipe 19. L Egret 2. Sparrowhawk 1.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 16th February 19, 06:02pm Sighting location: Coed Ty-Mawr / Mynydd Illtyd. Sighting date: 16/02/19
No Willow Tits lured around Coed Ty-Mawr, Libanus today as part of the RSPB/RBBP/WOS project but the playback did get responses from Great & Coal Tit, Robin and Goldcrest. Best of the birds around the wood were 6 singing Goldcrest, a Nuthatch in song, a Woodcock flushed, 2-3 Crossbill and 5 Siskin. Later during a WeBs count on Mynydd Illtyd 3 Jack Snipe, 66 Snipe, 2 Mallard and a Grey Heron. 4 Skylark were in song, a single Meadow Pipit and 2 Crossbill. Also first frogspawn and Fox Moth caterpillar of the spring.

Entry added by: Mark Hancock on Sat 16th February 19, 06:01pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 16/02/19
Red-necked Grebe at Llangorse Lake today. Seen for Llangasty car park. Also male and female Scaup from the hide.

Entry added by: David Whitehead on Sat 16th February 19, 03:17pm Sighting location: Mynydd Fforest trig point. Sighting date: 16/02/19
Up and around the tri point - 1 woodcock, 2 snipe, 15 golden plover circling looking to land. Too many skylarks to count was only 3 there last weekend Overnight first frog spawn in 2 ponds

Entry added by: Steve and Sue Wilce on Sat 16th February 19, 02:56pm Sighting location: Brecon / Llaneglwys. Sighting date: 16/02/19
A walk along the banks of the Usk at Island fields today produced few species. A single Kingfisher and Dipper and nothing else of note. No evidence of Lesser Pecker activity, drumming or singing. Later at Llaneglwys woods an impressive flock of 100+ Siskin and also around twenty five Crossbill in loose groups of four or five. At home at least thirty Siskin visiting the feeders most days. Yesterday I thought I heard a distant Lesser Pecker singing briefly on the 'Bottom Road' in Cathedine, (Andrew).

Entry added by: L.M-A on Fri 15th February 19, 05:41am Sighting location: spread eagle fishery. Sighting date: 14/02/19
5 mandarin

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 13th February 19, 11:08pm Sighting location: Brecon Beacons. Sighting date: 13/02/19
A walk in the Beacons this afternoon gave 5 Skylark one of which was in sub-song flight but couldn't quite bring itself to belt it out, a Meadow Pipit and a Red Grouse.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 12th February 19, 07:14pm Sighting location: Llanwern & Llandefalle Hill. Sighting date: 12/02/19
On Waun-y-mynach Common, 8 Snipe and 2 Woodcock. On Llandefalle Hill, 4 Snipe, a Jack Snipe and 3 Meadow Pipits - and in woodland adjoining 40+ Crossbills.