Home Page | Current Sightings | Image Gallery | Ringing Page | County List | County Map | Where & When | Useful Links
RSSBrecknock Birds sightings are now available via a RSS feed.
The link is: http://www.brecknockbirds.co.uk/rss/index.php

Current Sightings (Click here to add a sighting)

Below are all sightings recorded on this website. The newest sighting is displayed first, there are ten sightings per page. We would love to hear your bird sightings - whether common or more unusual - click here to add a sighting. You can also search all sightings - click here.

Add Sighting (Fields marked * are required)

*Your name: 
*Description of bird(s): 
Enter a valid description.Enter a valid description.
*Location: 
Please neter the OS grid referance. Whilst this is optional, it allows for the sighting to be accurately mapped. Please use discretion if the sighting is of a sensitive nature.
Grid reference:
(Should be in the form of SO133262 or SN833286)
*Date of sighting: 
Email address (optional): 
Enter a valid email address.Enter a valid email address.

*Human test: what colour is an orange?:
Enter a validation code.Enter a validation code.Enter a validation code.
Search Sightings (wildcards are automatic on all fields except date)
Date: Between (DD/MM/YYYY)
Person Name:
Bird / Description:
Location:
Sightings 6661 to 6665 of 6665.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 5th September 07, 08:31pm Sighting location: Coldbrook SO 153 359. Sighting date: 5.9.07 - 18.40
c.200 Lesser Black Back Gulls on recently ploughed field

Entry added by: Nicolas Laws on Wed 5th September 07, 06:11pm Sighting location: 1km downstream of Llangynidr bridge. Sighting date: 5/9/07
Group of 6 Goosander Fem/juv

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 1st September 07, 07:36pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 1st Sept
Pair of Wigeon put up by fishing boat -first returning birds this autumn/winter. Also Kingfisher past hide.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 31st August 07, 09:40pm Sighting location: Brecfa Pool. Sighting date: 31.8.07 - 15.00
13 Linnet, 3 Goldfinch, 2 Meadow Pipit, 13 Coots + 5 juv, 7 Moorhen + 3 juv, 1 Tufted Duck, 2 Mallard, 12 Pied Wagtail, 45 Swallows, 35 Starlings

Entry added by: Howard Lloyd - Thornbury U3A Group on Wed 29th August 07, 08:28pm Sighting location: Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad 218.964. Sighting date: 29 - 8 -07
At least 16 Ravens in flight, also 3 Red Kites,2 Peregrines and several Buzzards, After some deliberation very light -partially white bird was juvenile Buzzard. Has any Ring Ouzel been seen in this area recently ?

Entry added by: Andrew King on Wed 29th August 07, 08:05pm Sighting location: Pwll Du, nr Cwmowen.. Sighting date: 29th August
2 Whinchat, several Raven & Buzzard, 4 Red Kite, a Kestrel & Peregrine. Single calling Golden Plover flew over low to north. On Epynt nearby, one thin hedgerow held TPipit(1), Whinchat(1), Stonechat(10), Redstart(1), MPipit(1).

Entry added by: Bryan Jones on Wed 29th August 07, 11:11am Sighting location: SN911441. Sighting date: 28/8/2007
Hobby circled over house at approx. 1235hrs yesterday. It stayed for approx. 3 mins. then flew S.Eastwards over the Epynt.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 27th August 07, 09:17pm Sighting location: Llwyn-on Reservoir (north end) 004x127 - out of county. Sighting date: 27.8.07 - 17.00
2 Great Crested Grebe (2 more on Beacons Res.) 8 Tufted Duck, 5 Cormorant, 2 Grey Heron, 3 LBB Gull, 5 Goldcrest, 1 Treecreeper, 1 Long-tailed Tit

Entry added by: Mike Warburton on Sun 26th August 07, 04:51pm Sighting location: Glasbury. Sighting date: 24th,25th August 2007
A weekend camping trip just outside the village produced,willow warbler,buzzard (loads),sparrowhawk,red kite,GS woodpecker,swallows and house martens on the move.On the Wye there were cormorant,kingfisher and mallard.Also a few skiens of 20+ canada geese came over in the evenings.

Entry added by: Steve Jones on Sat 25th August 07, 09:26pm Sighting location: Llanwrthwl SN9763. Sighting date: 25/8/07
House Martins 50, Swallows 30, Sand Martin 1(Majority juvs)- The Autumn passage through the village has begun, with these birds arriving noisily at lunchtime - around a dozen resting on the uppermost branches of an Oak with the rest on telephone lines. Around 100 House Martin passed through in 1 hour yesterday.