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Entry added by: Records Committee on Mon 26th October 20, 05:46pm Sighting location: Breconshire Rarities log. Sighting date: 20/10/20
We would be grateful if the 'Abergavenny birder' that located Bearded Tit at Llangasty last week either register the sighting/hearing on this page, or inform the County Recorder (email on Home Page). Thank you.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Thu 22nd October 20, 09:10pm Sighting location: Garth - Upper Chapel road. Sighting date: 22/10/20
Always worth a stop in the laybys N of Drovers Arms, Epynt. Today on scanning the grasslands, a dark round head appeared among the pale tussocks at distance. Fortunately I had the 'scope with me - it turned out to be a Short-eared Owl which when it moved its head the strong wind raised its ear tufts. 3 Kestrels and 6 Ravens on the skyline.

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Thu 22nd October 20, 06:38pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake, Llangasty. Sighting date: 22/10/20
Interesting late afternoon walk from Llangasty with 2x Great White Egrets, 2 x Little Egrets, 4 x Fieldfares in tree tops at the Horse field, and 4 x Dragonflies, possibly Migrant Hawkers.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Tue 20th October 20, 06:56pm Sighting location: Aberyscir area. Sighting date: 20/10/20
3 female Goosander on R Usk, with 10+ Redwing and several Bullfinch nearby. On Mynydd Aberyscir, 120 Fieldfare and a few Redwing, Song Thrush and Blackbirds with them, 1 Kestrel and a Meadow Pipit.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 19th October 20, 10:27pm Sighting location: Brecfa Pool. Sighting date: 19/10/20
Grey Grey Shrike being reported on RBA at Brecfa Pool today.[According to BirdGuides weekly summary, probably Brechfa Forest (Carms), not Pool.]

Entry added by: Ruth Allen on Mon 19th October 20, 01:22pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 18/10/20
Great Egret in reeds in field by Llangasty car park, Canada Geese, Cormorants and Mute Swans at Llangasty point, Tufted ducks, moor hens on lake and heard a Cetti's warbler in the reeds

Entry added by: Neil Farr on Sun 18th October 20, 06:11pm Sighting location: Cefn Clawdd hill, nr. Erwood.. Sighting date: 18/10/20
3 birds of prey species seen - 3 buzzards, 2 on telegraph poles and 1 flying from a rock crag below the 415m trig point, also a peregrine and 4 red kites. A short-eared owl pellet on the ground nr. the highest part of the hill. 10 fieldfares in one tree, between 8-10 starlings in another and 3 stonechats in and on gorse. A good 2 hour and a half walk.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 17th October 20, 08:43pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/10/20
WeBS count this morning: 1 L Grebe, 21 GC Grebe, 46 Cormorant, 2 GW Egret, 1 L Egret, 75 M Swan, 220 C Geese and one Greylag, 3 W Rail, 13 Moorhen, 293 Coot. Duck numbers increasing slowly - 117 Mallard, 32 Teal, 49 Wigeon, 8 Gadwall, 9 Shoveler, 55 Tufted Duck, male Mandarin. 30 Snipe and 1 Jack Snipe.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sat 17th October 20, 02:12pm Sighting location: Llandefalle Hill area. Sighting date: 17/10/20
For International Golden Plover Weekend I counted 129 near Nant-yr-arian in SO0838, also a Kestrel. I saw no plovers on Llandefalle Hill, but a late Wheatear, a Goshawk, and a Jack Snipe which popped out of the bracken. A large noisy flock of Starlings, estimated at 3000 was in stubble and pines at SO 061349

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Thu 15th October 20, 02:39pm Sighting location: Glasbury Fford Fawr. Sighting date: 15/10/20
WeBS count (nothing on the river - shotguns firing on opposite bank). Shletering in pools etc: 10 Grey Heron,80 Mallard, 2 Mute Swan, 4 Teal and 6 Wigeon. 1 Common Sandpiper feeding on the common. 30 Redwing, 15 Mistle Thrush and 15 Fieldfare feasting on haws.