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Entry added by: John Harper on Sun 30th September 07, 07:30pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 30 Sept 2007
One "commic" Tern swooping repeatedly (not touching water), presumably feeding on insects (?), towards north side of lake seen distantly from Llangasty. Two Sand Martins passed over SEwards.

Entry added by: Llwyn-onn Ranger Service (LRS) on Sat 29th September 07, 05:55pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 29/09/07
Little Egret [1] feeding within south east corner of Talybont Reservoir and the mouth of the Caerfanell (opposite bird hide)at 14:30.

Entry added by: Paul Leafe on Fri 28th September 07, 07:43pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 28/09/2007
Female Shelduck still there at dusk, also 4 Snipe, 29 Cormorants and 2 Redwing. Several hundred Gulls in the roost ( probably 1500+ ).

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 28th September 07, 07:28pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake - 13.00-16.00. Sighting date: 29.9.07
Afternoon around lake produced 2 Black Tern (Llangasty side with group of 12 BH Gull's, 1 remaining for 45 mins), female Shelduck and 2 Pochard. Regulars included 103 + 4/3/3 Mute Swan, 13 Cormorant, 11 Great Crested Grebe, 95 Tufted and 3 Grey Heron.

Entry added by: Luke Phillips on Fri 28th September 07, 06:50pm Sighting location: Mynydd Llangatwg. Sighting date: 28/09/07
1 female hen harrier from the pull in for garnlydan reservoir but just over the border. came into roost in the forestry at around 6:25.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 28th September 07, 06:12pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 28th Sept, 5pm.
Wildfowl arrival includes 1 Shelduck, 19 Wigeon, 20 Teal, 2 Shoveler, 1 Pochard. No sign of Stint but it could be out of view from carpark.

Entry added by: Mike Hogan on Thu 27th September 07, 08:27pm Sighting location: Llangasty point, Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 27/09/07
Little Stint juv [1], feeding along lake side shore of Llangasty point until 18:40.

Entry added by: Andy Davis on Thu 27th September 07, 07:35pm Sighting location: Usk res. , On both Carm. & Brecknock parts. Sighting date: 16z; 27th September 2007
Juv. Artic Tern. In sight for 5 mins, closest it came was 10m. It spent a lot of time hovering just above the water

Entry added by: Peter Jenkins on Thu 27th September 07, 07:10pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake - Jetty. Sighting date: 27 September
3 out of 5 birds caught by Llangorse Ringing Group at the Jetty this morning were Cettis Warblers. There was a much better catch elsewhere, but not with such notable birds!!!

Entry added by: Andrew King on Thu 27th September 07, 06:54pm Sighting location: Goytre Fm (Ystradfellte). Sighting date: 27th September
In rowans had 1 Redwing, 15+ SThrush, 50+ MThrush and several Starling and Bullfinch thrown in. Suggests moving birds with a helpful chill northerly breeze to assist passage.