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14/02/2024 at Craig-y-Nos Country Park

A drake Pintail was on the main pond displaying to a female Mallard. Also 44 Mallard, 5 Little Grebe, 4 Moorhen, 2 Canada Geese and a Dipper.
Added by Mark Waldron at 14/02/2024 15:39

12/02/2024 at Glasbury Fford Fawr

WeBs count today:175 Canada Goose, 60 Teal, 12 Mallard, 2 Cormorant, 2 Mandarin, 1 Grey Heron plus 25 Fieldfare, 2 Buzzard and 1 Red Kite.
Added by Shelley Evans at 12/02/2024 16:57

11/02/2024 at Llangorse Lake

2 Chiffchaff were by the Llynfi foot bridge where one was in song! A Curlew was on the flooded sailing club meadow, the Oystercatcher was by the acron jetty, 2 Redpoll fed along the flooded lake margin. A Kestrel was along the Lane to Llangasty and the adult Yellow-legged Gull was in the roost.
Added by Mark Waldron at 11/02/2024 18:38

10/02/2024 at Llangattock Escarpment

Pair of buzzards, Raven, Song thrush, Fieldfares, Peregrine falcon, Kestral
Added by Ruth Allen at 11/02/2024 13:08

10/02/2024 at Llangorse Lake - Llangasty

Male Marsh Harrier in front of and around the hide, 3 Great White Egret, 1 Scaup, several Pochard, Shoveler, Goosander, plenty of Tufted Duck, Wigeon, Teal, Cormorant, Mute Swan, approx. 15 Snipe flushed from Ty Mawr field, Grey Heron, pair of Stonechat, pair Bullfinch by the hide, several Cetti’s Warbler, Goldeneye, Gadwall, Fieldfare, Redwing. Also Blue Tit, Robin, Wren, Blackbird, Woodpigeon, Pied Wagtail, Moorhen, Coor, Mallard, Great Crested Grebe, Dunnock, Chaffinch and Black-headed Gull.
Added by Dave Denney at 10/02/2024 18:24

07/02/2024 at Beacons & Cantref Reservoirs

Between the north end of Beacons and the south end of Cantref reservoirs along the Taff Trail, 35 Crossbill in groups of 15/4/16 and 6 Reed Bunting making their way north.
Added by Mark Waldron at 07/02/2024 20:50

04/02/2024 at Storey Arms

21 Crossbill.
Added by Mark Waldron at 04/02/2024 18:48

01/02/2024 at Brecon Island Fields - Scout Lane Field with 'big...

1 x Barn Owl Hunting low back and forth across rough grass field and then into copse at 16.10.
Added by Barbara Jackson at 02/02/2024 19:44

01/02/2024 at Llangorse Lake

Also yesterday, a dozen Gadwall flirting noisily by the Hide, and further out a total of 45 Goldeneye, with much displaying. Ten male, two female Pochard. Stonechat pairs at Llangasty and Ty-mawr. Four Great and two Little Egrets. Before other large gulls arrived a smart Yellow-legged floated among Black -headed Gulls.
Added by Keith Noble at 02/02/2024 08:09

01/02/2024 at Llangorse Lake.

Brief visit to Llangasty car park and churchyard between 3.10 and 3.40pm . 27 Goldeneye on lake, including a party of 22 birds just SE of the point, 1 GWE on flood by the point, 1 Nuthatch and 1 Goldcrest and Greenfinch singing in the churchyard.
Added by John Lewis at 01/02/2024 21:32

01/02/2024 at Blaenllynfi

Lunch time visit produced 30 species. Highlights were 2 Woodcock flushed from the stream side, 1 male Sparrowhawk soaring high for 20 minutes, 1 male Nuthatch, 1 Mistle Thrush and 3 SongThrush, all singing, 36 Redwing counted - feeding on Ivy, 1 Grey Wagtail and 9 Siskin.
Added by John Lewis at 01/02/2024 21:25

01/02/2024 at Llangors lake

Sunny afternoon Llangors lake, 2 GW Egret 3 noisy Herons chasing each other, Goldcrest near the car park gate.
Added by Graham Hughes at 01/02/2024 14:57

01/02/2024 at Llangorse Lake

1 Male and 1 Female Scaup still present although on separate, sides of the lake from each other, 6 pintail, an impressive number of Wigeon 450 approximately, 1 singing Greenfinch near the church at Llangasty , 1 Lapwing, 1 Goshawk
Added by Mark Spirito at 01/02/2024 13:49

01/02/2023 at Usk Valley

CALLING ALL BIRDERS - an important meeting is planned for Friday 8th March 7 - 8.30pm at Henderson Hall, Talybont-on-Usk. Now that the Welsh Government as landowner have declared their intentions, the launch of a volunteer group 'Usk Valley Ospreys' will take place then. It is being formed to support and monitor the breeding pair, which if there is sufficient support will hopefully develop into an Osprey Tourism venture. Please come to the meeting (free tickets bookable through Eventbrite) and show your support. Thank you.
Added by Usk Valley Ospreys at 01/02/2024 09:26

31/01/2024 at Brecon STW

An impressive (at any time of year) 17 Grey Wagtails on a single favoured filter bed. Also in surrounding hedges - 1 Chiffchaff, 9 Goldcrest, 8 Long-tailed Tit, 25 Chaffinch, 12 Blue Tit.
Added by Andrew King at 31/01/2024 15:31

31/01/2024 at Pennorth

Merlin. good views as I followed it along the Pennorth road from Llangasty. Eventually swung off over fields.
Added by Peter Seaman at 31/01/2024 10:49

29/01/2024 at Llangynidr

almost fledged collared dove being fed by adult in garden. (earliest I've seen & despite the cold weather recently)
Added by Stuart Reid at 29/01/2024 10:20

27/01/2024 at Llangasty, Llangorse Lake

A Pink-Footed Goose landed with a Greylag Goose on the lake beyond the reeds in the field next to car park. I was observing from beneath the Scots Pine. The pair flew in from the west, drifted toward The Point before taking off again eastwards. Also, 6 Pochard and 3 Pintail.
Added by Nick Morgan at 27/01/2024 10:27

26/01/2024 at Llangorse Lake

Three Chiffchaffs were flycatching with two Goldcrests in the big broken Ash by the Llynfi bridge off Llangorse Common. Also at the Lake, 13 Goosander on SCM flood, three Great White Egrets, a young Peregrine, a Scaup and five Stonechats
Added by Keith Noble at 26/01/2024 19:21

26/01/2024 at Usk Reservoir

A late morning walk around the reservoir gave 6 Mallard and a GBB Gull on the water and 2 Pied Wagtail on the shore. The woodlands produced a flushed Woodcock, a calling Willow Tit, which frustratingly remained unseen! 3 Goldfinch, 10 Robin. Several Blackbird and a Fieldfare were feeding on Hawthorn berries. A group of 7 Crossbill were perched in exposed Silver Birch trees on the south west corner, before taking flight to the conifer wood on the opposite shore. Raptors seen were singles of C. Buzzard, Red Kite, Peregrine and a hovering Kestrel with 2 Raven also present.
Added by Nick Morgan at 26/01/2024 16:03

25/01/2024 at Glanusk Park Bridge (SO193199)

2 pairs Mandarin 2 male 3 female Goosander (another 2 females further upstream) 1 Kingfisher several dippers inc. at least 3 pairs, 2 of which having boundary dispute fllock of Redpolls, 2 more flocks further upstream (between 10 & 30 birds in each) pair Jays, with another single & pair further upstream (SO193199)
Added by Mike Moxon at 25/01/2024 17:38

24/01/2024 at Gull roost counts

National UK Winter Gull Survey (BTO) - a survey last carried out 20yrs ago so should provide useful data considering Red Listing & Avian Flu situations. Main roosts at Llangorse Lake & Pontsticill Reservoir were selected. The last fortnight (required count period) have been difficult with icing, two storms, etc so count options limited and less than ideal. Here are the figures that will be submitted: LL = 2070 Lesser Bl-backed, 1068 Bl-h Gulls, 422 Herring Gulls, 15 Common Gull, 2 Gt Bl-b Gulls............and for Pontsticill its 2157 Herring Gull, 22 Lesser BBG, 4 Great BBG. Thanks to Keith Noble for helping out. Others will need to step forward in 2044!
Added by Andrew King at 25/01/2024 11:28

24/01/2024 at Lower Llangynidr

On the feeders in our garden. GSp Woodpecker 1m 1f, Nuthatch 2, Siskin 5, Greenfinch 3, Chaffinch 6, Goldfinch c18, Blue Tit c15, Gt Tit 7, Coal Tit 2, Marsh Tit 1, LT Tits two separate groups 13 & 7 the smaller flock having a Goldcrest in tow. Siskin c5, Robin 3, Blackbird c12 first thing in the morning, Song Thrush 1, Mistle Thrush 1, Redwing 3, H Sparrow c40, Starling c50, Collared Dove 2, Wood Pigeon c10. Overhead R Kite 3, Buzzard 1, Sparrowhawk 1m 1f. In the area of Llangynidr Bridge the Dippers are singing regularly and have refurbished at least two old nests. The shy Mandarin pair on the river appear to have moved on, whilst the long staying Drake is very confiding and remains on the canal near the locks.
Added by M&w Evans at 24/01/2024 12:42

20/01/2024 at Buckland Hill and Llangorse Lake

A walk around Buckland Hill produced a Marsh Tit. Late afternoon visit to Llangorse Lake more productive with a Jack Snipe in Ty Mawr meadows, Woodcock flypast in front of the hide, a few Water Rail and Cetti’s calling, GW Egret and a lovely Barn Owl watched at close range catching an unfortunate vole then flying into a tree with it, dropping it from its beak and neatly catching it with the talons in flight.
Added by Chris Dyson at 20/01/2024 19:49