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Entry added by: Mike Tompkinson on Mon 17th May 21, 09:16pm Sighting location: Sarnau Pools. Sighting date: 17/05/21
Azure Damselflies in a sheltered south facing bay. Not surprisingly first dragon activity since 21 April.

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Mon 17th May 21, 11:15am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake at the Llangasty car park. Sighting date: 17/05/22
Mute Swans at the Llangasty car park. Sadly it appears that rising lake water my have inundated the nest. I cannot be absolutely sure but the pair were showing distressed behaviour and one was pulling a lot of material onto the nest attempting to build it up.

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Sun 16th May 21, 08:09pm Sighting location: Glasbury garden. Sighting date: 16/05/21
Swifts back overhead this last week (max 6 together so far) and today the first of the spotted flycatchers is back in the garden.

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Sat 15th May 21, 09:34pm Sighting location: Bronllys. (SO140364) Sighting date: 15/05/21
1 Lesser Whitethroat singing ( Not Seen ) just off the small Lane that heads North out of Bronllys also from the same lane a single Common Whitethroat, and in nearby woodland a spotted Flycatcher, chasing flies in the Drizzle

Entry added by: Graham Hughes on Sat 15th May 21, 08:15pm Sighting location: Llangynidr Locks. Sighting date: 15/05/21
Between storms evening canal walk in strong sun, G S Woodpecker, pair of Heron and Grey Wagtail, Goldcrests, Goldfinches, dozens of Swallows and Martins between bridges 136 and 137, and a dazzling rainbow. Possible Hobby flashed over the car near Cathedine opposite Llangors Lake.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 15th May 21, 08:51am Sighting location: Rhiwnant valley (Elan). Sighting date: 14/05/21
Breconshire list of 32 spp before the walk abandoned by rain. Best were 8 male Whinchats on territory (females not arrived yet?), pr Stonechat, single Garden Warbler , Redstarts, Pied Flycatchers, pr Greylag Geese right up by the mines, pr Canada Geese by the farm, 6 Wheatear terrs, 3 Reed Bunting, Grey Wagtail, Stock Dove. Single Blackcap on the Rads side at the carpark.

Entry added by: Sue Furber on Fri 14th May 21, 04:22pm Sighting location: Crickhowell. Sighting date: 13/05/21
6 Swifts flying over Crickhowell bridge

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Thu 13th May 21, 12:01am Sighting location: Canal, Llanddetty. Sighting date: 12/05/21
A walk along the canal at Llanddetty this afternoon gave a Cuckoo calling from the forestry going up to Tor y Foel, several territories of Redstart, Garden Warbler, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler, Goldcrest and Grey Wagtail. A Wood Warbler was endlessly singing at bridge 138 where there were also 1-2 Spotted Flycatcher and a Mallard with 2 ducklings.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 11th May 21, 11:50am Sighting location: Llandefalle/Llanfilo. Sighting date: 11/05/21
After an uneventful early a/m BBS on farmland under Llandefalle Hill (single Cuckoo and Garden Warbler), 9-10 am was the purple hour. Trebarried Fm - over the noise of A470 traffic failed with Lapwing but had single singing Lesser Whitethroat (my first for 3-4 yrs), 3+ Skylarks, 2 male Whitethroats in song and a pair of Yellow Wagtails all in arable margins. Pair of Curlew revealed their preferred nesting field for following-up/protection at a later date. 5 terrs/pairs Yellowhammer and 3 more Whitethroat territories all by slow & safe driving with windows open along the lanes.

Entry added by: Mat Ridley on Mon 10th May 21, 07:26pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 10/05/21
BTO Wader survey this morning. No lapwing found. Pair of whinchat on Caeau Ty Mawr, plus a cuckoo. Two drake wigeon and a drake tufted duck at Llangasty. Pair of gadwall on Rushy Field pool