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Entry added by: Usk south of Brecon Town on Mon 5th November 07, 10:01pm Sighting location: Scout Lane - Sewage Works, Brecon. Sighting date: 5.11.07 - 12.30
BTO Atlas survey highlights were 2 Little Grebe, 4 Goosander and a singing Dipper. In suurounding copse Siskin, Bullfinch and Redwing all put in an appearance amoungst others.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Mon 5th November 07, 07:06pm Sighting location: 158230. Sighting date: 5.11.07
Ringtail Hen Harrier (ad.f?), a Red Kite and four Snipe on the hill between Bwlch and Cwmdu. Three Blackcaps in my Brecon garden yesterday, a Peregrine circled over Saturday

Entry added by: Luke Phillips on Mon 5th November 07, 02:30pm Sighting location: Garnlydan Reservoir. Sighting date: 5/11/07
1 pomarine skua at garnlydan reservoir, which was mis-identified by myself this morning at a juv great skua. but no sign at 14:00.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 3rd November 07, 06:57pm Sighting location: Mynydd Troed, above Llangorse. Sighting date: 3rd November 2007
'Winter' Atlas visit in neo-tropical conditions!! Bird highlights in tetrad were Snipe, Kestrel, Green Woodpeckers. Most incredible was a Small Heath still on the wing(!!) and, less of surprise, a Red Admiral.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 3rd November 07, 02:31pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 3.11.07 - 12.30
Highlight male eclipse Goldeneye. Also 52 Wigeon, 20 Teal, 11 Little Grebe, 10 Pochard, 15 Tufted, 1 female Goosander, 1 Cormorant, 23 Coot, 2 Mute Swan, 20 Canada's, Grey Heron and a Raven.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 2nd November 07, 09:40pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 2.11.07 - 14.00
19 GC Grebe, 9 Pochard, 9 Teal, 2 Gadwall, 8 Wigeon, 22 Cormorant, 64 Canada's and 98 Mute Swan.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 2nd November 07, 07:33pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 2nd November 16.30 pm
Dusk counts - 114 Mute Swan incl 10 cygnets, 17 GCGrebe, 625 Coot, 950 LBBGull and (oddly) no BH Gulls. At least 15000 Starling that broke into two separate reedbed roosts, one N & S. One Sp Hawk and a Kestrel too.

Entry added by: Andrew Dally on Fri 2nd November 07, 03:57pm Sighting location: SN956489. Sighting date: 02/11/2007
Female Merlin

Entry added by: Andy Davis on Fri 2nd November 07, 02:25pm Sighting location: SN832291. Sighting date: 2nd November 2007 14z
Little Grebe. diving just 1-2m from shore near boats and then all along the dam wall.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 31st October 07, 10:10pm Sighting location: Brecon to Talybont. Sighting date: 31.10.07
From Scout Lane Brecon down river until path joined canal and so to Talybont. On Usk 11 Goosanders, 6 Dippers, 1 Kingfisher, 51 Mallard. On canal 77 Mallard. Above Llanhamlach 2 Red Kites and 5 of total 8 Buzzards. Most surprising a large bat hunting in bright sunshine, and twice chased by a Pied Wagtail