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Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 10th August 19, 06:31pm Sighting location: Usk Reservoir. Sighting date: 10/08/19
A juvenile Cuckoo was sat on the minor road near the dam, seen again later flushed by walkers in the same area. Nothing exceptional blown in by the overnight winds but 4 Common Sandpipers in the Usk inlet, Goosander, 6 Tufted Duck, 2 Mallard, 12 Cormorant and a gulls from three species

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 10th August 19, 11:19am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 10/08/19
2 Black-tailed Godwit and 3 Ringed Plover (2 adults & 1 juv) were at Llangasty before the Canada Geese arrived including 2 Greylag. 4 Common Tern (3 adult & 1 juv) were being relentlessly harassed by the young BH Gulls. Also a Little Egret and Wigeon.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Tue 6th August 19, 08:05pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 06/08/19
Single Redshank, Common Sandpiper, Lapwing and two Snipe, but the Wood Sand did not show for me.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 6th August 19, 07:39am Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 06/08/19
7am. Heavy showers. Superb Wood Sandpiper on the shoreline by the carpark. Also first Wigeon is in, and there have been up to 6 locally-bred Gt-Cr Grebe chicks in recent days.

Entry added by: Pete Jenkins on Sun 4th August 19, 09:35pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 04/08/19
3 Little Egret, standing in a line, in the bay in front of Llangasty point.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 4th August 19, 09:32pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 04/08/19
88 Canada Geese, 10 Cormorant, 12 Teal, 3 Heron, 2 Mute Swan, 30 Tufted Duck, 92 Mallard, 2 adult GC Grebe, 10 Little Grebe, 4 Common Sandpiper and 1 Green Sandpiper. Green Woodpecker heard in forestry.

Entry added by: Iain Crawford on Sat 3rd August 19, 03:11pm Sighting location: Brecon . Sighting date: 03/08/19
Red kite soaring over Brecon showground

Entry added by: Iain Crawford on Sat 3rd August 19, 03:08pm Sighting location: Bwlch. Sighting date: 03/08/19
Peregrine falcon

Entry added by: Andrew Siantonas on Thu 1st August 19, 08:10am Sighting location: Various points on Cefn Cwm Llwch path to Pen Y Fan. (SO301222) Sighting date: 31/07/19
As I climbed up towards Pen Y Fan from the north a Wheatear flew across and settled in and settled in grassy scrub before flying on. Also 2 ravens, a red kite soaring over and several swallows and house martins flying low over ground quite close to the top.

Entry added by: Andrew Siantonas on Thu 1st August 19, 07:57am Sighting location: Hedgerow by 3 Rivers Ride west of Llanfrynach nearTynllwyn. (SO306248) Sighting date: 31/07/19
Handsome male redstart in hedgerow by 3 Rivers Ride west of Llanfrynach. Possibly more birds in bushes