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Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 17th April 19, 08:01pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/04/19
One Arctic Tern off Llangasty. On the Point single Dunlin and Common Sandpiper, two Oystercatchers and Lapwings, three Little Ringed Plovers. Five Little Egrets at SCM.

Entry added by: M & W Evans on Wed 17th April 19, 07:37pm Sighting location: Lower Llangynidr. Sighting date: 17/04/19
At 1920 this evening the Dipper pair feeding a single youngster on the Usk. Grey Wag carrying food in the same area.

Entry added by: Nigel Starnes on Tue 16th April 19, 07:45pm Sighting location: Tirabad. Sighting date: 16/4/19
Willow Warbler heard yesterday evening ( Chiffchaff have been around for a while ) . First Swallow seen this afternoon .

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 16th April 19, 06:51pm Sighting location: Llangorse village and Lake. Sighting date: 16/04/19
Went to Cefnwern area to check recent reports of Curlew in fields, and to see whether 'black ring,white18' might be amongst them. Today found a flock of 16 Curlew with a single Whimbrel in pasture which was obviously very rich in earthworms. Seems late for such numbers; maybe the feeding quality there or perhaps the chill has kept this flock from moving on to breeding areas. No rings seen. At SCM, just 3 Lapwing, pairs of Pintail and Gadwall, 6 Shoveler, 2 LEgret and a Redstart. Lake - 2m/1f Pochard, 10 Tufteds, 40 Teal, 18 GC Grebes, 28 Barnacle Geese. Llangasty - 2 more Egrets, 6 more Curlew, pair Shelduck, 2 LR Plover, Common Sandpiper, Redshank, Oystercatcher and a Gt Egret flew over.

Entry added by: sue furber on Tue 16th April 19, 05:34pm Sighting location: Llangattock Church, nr Crickhowell.. Sighting date: 16/04/19
2 swallows

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Mon 15th April 19, 03:19pm Sighting location: Llandefalle Hill. Sighting date: 15/04/19
At least 300 Golden Plovers, a Wheatear and heard Curlew. Two Curlews at Brechfa Pool and two Black-headed Gulls.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Sun 14th April 19, 08:33pm Sighting location: Beacons park, Brecon. Sighting date: 14/04/19
A female Goosander flew NE towards the Honddu at 8.30am and just after that 3 Greylag Geese flew South towards the Usk.

Entry added by: L.M-A on Sun 14th April 19, 04:36pm Sighting location: spread eagle . Sighting date: 14/04/19
3 sandpipers

Entry added by: John Edwards on Sun 14th April 19, 08:36am Sighting location: Llangasty point. Sighting date: 13/04/19
Singles of Little Ringed Plover, Redshank and Lapwing at 17:45

Entry added by: Tony Ware on Sat 13th April 19, 08:44pm Sighting location: Dolymynach reservoir.. Sighting date: 13/04/19
A pair of displaying Goldeneye, Greylag on eggs, other birds included Redstart, Pied Flycatcher, Blackcap and a single Sand Martin.