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14/04/2024 at Epynt Way above Upper Chapel (SO01764347)

Curlew with beautiful bubbling call. (SO01764347)
Added by Liz B at 14/04/2024 15:53

14/04/2024 at Llangorse Lake

Viewed from near Llynfi bridge towards stone wall early a.m. there were 15 Black-tailed Godwit, looking smart in their breeding plumage, 1 Garganey and 2 Common Sandpipers. There was also a Common Sandpiper at Llangasty.
Added by robert griffiths at 14/04/2024 15:13

13/04/2024 at Coed Nant Bran, Llanfihangel Nant Bran (SN939347)

5+ male Pied Flycatchers present today, plus one female nest-building already. Lots of calling but little song so far. Singing migrants were 4 Chiffchaffs, 2 Willow Warblers, 3 Blackcaps and a Swallow around the village. Blackbird, Robin and Song Thrush on eggs. A male Goosander was on the Nant Bran, and 3 Stock Doves were near Maesmerddyn common. (SN939347)
Added by Rob Thomas at 14/04/2024 00:07

13/04/2024 at Talybont-on-Usk

Trickle of House Martin heading north along the Usk with two groups of 3 & 5 this afternoon.
Added by Mark Waldron at 13/04/2024 21:08

13/04/2024 at Llangorse

12 Curlew flew south over the village calling at 18.35 heading towards the lake. Sandwich Tern patrolling the north shore and west end of the lake at tree top height , occaisionaly diving at 18.30 - still there between 19.45 and 20.05.
Added by John Lewis at 13/04/2024 20:28

13/04/2024 at Cefn Moel - Bwlch (SO152221)

2 Ospreys watched heading West along Tremynfa road before circling together over the pass and up into the low cloud base during this morning's BBS visit. 43 species, highlights of the which were 1 Stock Dove, 1 Green Woodpecker , 15 Skylark, 3 Swallow, 11 Willow Warbler, 17 Chiffchaff, 6 Blackcap, 3 Goldcrest, 4 Nuthatch, 1 Redstart, 3 Wheatear, 3 Stonechat, 5 Tree Pipit, 2 Lesser Redpoll. (SO152221)
Added by John Lewis at 13/04/2024 17:58

13/04/2024 at Llangorse Lake

1 Sandwich Tern this afternoon, also Drake Ring necked Duck still present with Tufteds on the flooded meadows, 2 Common Sandpiper, Singing Reed Warblers, Osprey seen between Talybont on Usk and Llangorse Lake.
Added by Mark Spirito at 13/04/2024 17:49

12/04/2024 at Gilestone farm near Talybont-on-Usk

Osprey at nest. see image gallery and linked advice.
Added by Peter Seaman at 13/04/2024 14:24

13/04/2024 at Buckland hill

10.00 am - First wood warbler of the year, plenty of blackcap, chiffchaff, willow warbler - marsh tit, coal tit aswell
Added by Scott Larman at 13/04/2024 11:05

12/04/2024 at Llangorse Lake

Ring-necked Duck in south-west corner with five Pochard, distantly visible from Hide. Other ducks on SCM with two Lapwings. 12 Curlew flew over, Two Common Sandpipers near ancient oaks, two Little Egrets on Point.
Added by Keith Noble at 12/04/2024 16:52

12/04/2024 at Llanfihangel Talyllyn

Two Swallows enjoying the sun over the garden this morning. Welcome back!
Added by Graham Hughes at 12/04/2024 11:11

11/04/2024 at Battle forest

A willow tit in full voice this morning on our regular dog walk. Also willow warbler, black cap, gold crest, mistle thrush and crossbill, all seemingly enjoy the drier warmer day !
Added by Peter Jackson at 11/04/2024 19:43

10/04/2024 at Llangorse Lake

An Arctic Tern was feeding off Llangasty and a drake Ring-necked Duck was on the flooded sailing club meadows with 5 Pochard (2m3f), see photos in the gallery. The drake spent much of its time very close to the reedbed out of view. Please don't approach closer than the wall as the wildfowl there will only flush or retreat to the willows & reeds. A Reed Warbler was singing by the wall. Still 4 Goldeneye, 10 Wigeon, 51+ Teal, 17+ Tufted, 15 Gadwall, 3 Greylag and 5 singing Cetti's. Five Coot nests have been washed out by the increased lake levels, and the crannog island is under water again forcing all 41 Barnacle Geese back on to the Acorn field where sadly most of their rings are so muddy at the moment they couldn't be read.
Added by Mark Waldron at 10/04/2024 17:48

09/04/2024 at Llysdinam (SO00485891)

Willow warbler singing Chiffchaff and green woodpecer (SO00485891)
Added by Caroline Gellor at 10/04/2024 07:55

08/04/2024 at Llysdinam (SN99315965)

First Swallow seen flying high. We usually have 6+ nests. (SN99315965)
Added by Caroline Gellor at 10/04/2024 07:52

09/04/2024 at Glasbury garden (overhead)

Excellent views of 2 Peregrines overhead. One spectacular stoop and several passes. In the same half hour 4 Red Kites, 2 Buzzards and a Sparrowhawk chasing down but missing a Wood Pigeon then being chased off by 4 Goldfinch. Maybe today should be 'the day of the raptor'.
Added by Shelley Evans at 09/04/2024 19:12

09/04/2024 at Osprey nest at Talybont

One Osprey on the nest , it appeared at 14.40 and left after 15 minutes.
Added by Mark Lee at 09/04/2024 13:54

09/04/2024 at battle, brecon.

single swallow flew past.
Added by Peter Jackson at 09/04/2024 11:26

03/04/2024 at 'Breconshire' heronries

Of the 8 established heronries counted annually in late-March for the BTO Heronries Census there has been a large increase in nests this spring. A total of 107 occupied nests. Reasons are unknown, apart from the obvious one that we have not any icing or severe winter weather for years. All 8 (3 actually just metres over the borders with Rads & Glam) are stable or increasing with the biggest increases at Sennybridge and Garth.
Added by Andrew King at 08/04/2024 09:22

07/04/2024 at Afon Lynfi ( Talgarth ) (SO142333)

One Male Pied Flycatcher seen here today ( Afon Lynfi River ) also singing Willow Warblers, there seems to be more Chiffchaffs around this year too, also 1 Cormorant, 1 Drake Goosander, 3 Mandarin Duck ( 1 Male 2 Female ) (SO142333)
Added by Mark Spirito at 07/04/2024 16:01

05/04/2024 at Scethrog

15.30 - Male and female redstart, whilst looking hopefully at the view of the osprey nest (no luck yet) a male and a female redstart made separate appearances just down from the gate. Plenty of sand Martin and swallow distantly over the Usk valley as well
Added by Scott larman at 05/04/2024 15:02

04/04/2024 at Llangorse Sailing Club Meadows

Two male Garganey around the small willows within the floodwaters on Sailing Club Meadow - viewed distantly from the Wall. 4pm today. Also there - 14 Shoveler, 7 Gadwall, 10 Wigeon, 40 Teal, 3 Goosander, 1 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Lapwing.
Added by Andrew King at 04/04/2024 19:51

03/04/2024 at Llangorse Lake common

White Wagtail on the Acorn jetty, also 34 Barnacle Geese including 24 ringed birds. At least 41 different birds have returned so far this year including 31 ringed birds, down from 53 at this time last year.
Added by Mark Waldron at 03/04/2024 18:58

03/04/2024 at Scethrog

Single male Redstart. 17.30
Added by Tony Gales at 03/04/2024 17:11

02/04/2024 at Pen-y-crug

Curlew heard calling several times from near Cradoc. A few skylark singing on Pen-y-crug.
Added by Graham Motley at 03/04/2024 12:39