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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Tue 15th January 08, 09:57pm Sighting location: Pen-y-crug, Brecon. Sighting date: 15.1.08 - 12.30
TTV highlight was watching 3 Buzzard and 5 Crow fighting over territory, viewed from top of Pen-y-crug looking down on the birds, fantastic sight. In area 3 Magpie, 29 Crow, 3 Blackbird, 2 Blue Tit, 4 Pheasant, 4 Buzzard and 6 Wood Pigeon.

Entry added by: BOB GIBBONS on Tue 15th January 08, 08:13pm Sighting location: LLANTHOMAS ROAD LLANIGON. Sighting date: 15-01-08

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Tue 15th January 08, 05:27pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 15 January 2008
30 Siskins in alders where Captains Walk reaches the river, and a Redpoll on waterside seedheads, Dipper, Treecreeper. A Kingfisher below the Weir. Nine Siskins and a Blackcap in my garden (Brambling yesterday).

Entry added by: Geoff Waldron on Mon 14th January 08, 05:32pm Sighting location: From Hide at Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 13/1/8
Coots, Golden Eye's, Gossander's, Tuffted Ducks and 4 Little Grebes.

Entry added by: Bryan Jones on Sun 13th January 08, 01:24pm Sighting location: SN911441. Sighting date: 13.01.2008
The sighting of the Kite is of interest to me. initially I would say its a 2006 bird, but the left wing tag is crucial. If white its possibly an E. Midland bird. I would be keen to receive any more sightings of wing-tagged birds.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 12th January 08, 08:27pm Sighting location: Battle Hill Forestry / Mynydd Aberyscir. Sighting date: 12.1.08 14.30 / 13.00
Battle Hill highlights were a party of 7 Crossbill, 15 Raven's and a Redpoll. On Mynydd Aberyscir this afternoon 4 Red Kite and 4 Buzzard. One Kite had wing tags (right turquoise-green left unsure, could have been white which may make it the same bird Keith Noble saw last year).

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 12th January 08, 06:35pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 12th January - BTO Duck count
Highlights of WeBS count; 217 Canadas, 150 Wigeon, 2 Shoveler, 11 Gadwall, 224 Tufteds, 27 Pochard, 50 Goldeneye, 9 Goosander, 573 Coot, 25 Snipe. Also 2 Cettis contact calls nr hide, 1pr Stonechat & a Kestrel over by Sailing Club. 4 Redpoll and 15 Siskin close to hide.

Entry added by: Kev Joynes on Sat 12th January 08, 04:04pm Sighting location: Just below canal basin, Brecon. Sighting date: 12. 1. 08
2 Kingfishers

Entry added by: graham phillips on Sat 12th January 08, 02:11pm Sighting location: glasbury by river wye big meadows off brook road. Sighting date: sunday 6 january at 2 p.m.
i am not sure some kind of egret never seen one before. also spotted in glasbury 14 gold finches.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Fri 11th January 08, 05:42pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 11 January 2008
A Kingfisher perched in a willow near the Boathouse above a fast red river and a roaring weir. Another flew past Captain's Walk. They must be hungry tonight. After worms - or moles? - on the Golf Course, a Buzzard; after rotting apples in a small garden under New County Hall, a Fieldfare; after dark and at last a break in the rain, a singing Robin.