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Sightings 7031 to 7034 of 7034.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 6th October 07, 05:04pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 6.10.07 - 13.00
Flying visit highlights - 16 Wigeon, 2 Pochard and 20 Little Grebe. Also 35 Tufted, 5 Teal, 7 Mallard, 2 Mute Swan, 7 Canada Geese and a Grey Heron

Entry added by: Ruth Brown on Fri 5th October 07, 11:21pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: Friday 5th October 4.30 pm.
1 Hobby taking dragonflies; 1 female stonechat.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Fri 5th October 07, 08:12pm Sighting location: South west Epynt/Trecastle. Sighting date: 5th October 2007
Ring-tail Hen Harrier seen briefly and distantly, dropped in to long grass at 18:36 and did not re-appear. Also Wheatear on dual-road down to Llewel. At Trecastle, 34 Snipe, Water Rail, Tawny Owl. Of interest, a very bright meteorite or piece of satellite debris burned up near to ground level above fields near the Bronydd.

Entry added by: Mike Warburton/Alan Coles on Fri 5th October 07, 07:09pm Sighting location: Mynnydd Llangatwg. Sighting date: 05/10/07
Hen Harrier still present just North of the Garnlydan Res this evening at 6.20 pm.

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Thu 4th October 07, 06:17pm Sighting location: eastern side of Talybont reservoir, in clear fell area near the Brinore Tramroad. Sighting date: 4pm Thursday 4th October 2007
Goshawk. male(?). in clearfell above Talybont reservoir. Perching in isolated broadleaf trees, then flying to next to perch again. A lot of preening.

Entry added by: Gary Howells + Luke Phillips on Wed 3rd October 07, 09:39pm Sighting location: SO 173 135. Sighting date: 2.10.07
2 Golden Plover at small quarry nr Garnlydan reservoir yesterday, then flew south. Photo record taken if required.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Tue 2nd October 07, 10:00pm Sighting location: Brecon Prom. / Canal Basin. Sighting date: 2.10.07 - 14.00
4 Goosander near Llanfaes Bridge. Also 70 Mallard and 81 BH Gull. Male Mandarin still at canal basin.

Entry added by: Mike Hogan/Andrew King on Mon 1st October 07, 09:51pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 1st October 6-7pm
Gull roost tonight included 2730 LBBG, 375 BHGull, 3 Yellow-legged Gull, 2 Herring Gull, 1 ad winter Med Gull and 2 Arctic Tern. Also a few Swallow and 2-300 Starling to roost.

Entry added by: Luke Phillips on Mon 1st October 07, 05:27pm Sighting location: Mynydd Llangatwg. Sighting date: 01/10/07
The ringtail Hen harrier still present for its fifth day at 4:20 this afternoon just north of Blaen y cwm reservoir.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 30th September 07, 09:27pm Sighting location: N/A. Sighting date: N/A
Ref. acceptance and use of records posted on this website. I have yet to discuss this with the County Orn Committee, but I would envisage that most records would be acceptable without the need for confirmation at the year end. We would, of course, request written field details for County & UK rarities (see List in Annual Bird Reports), in the usual way. Also we reserve the right to reject records outright if, frankly, too unbelievable!