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Entry added by: Alan Salter on Fri 5th March 21, 08:31am Sighting location: Beacons park, Brecon. Sighting date: 04/03/21
Moorhen calling over house at 23.10

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Thu 4th March 21, 06:52am Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 03/03/21
46 redwing and a flushed woodcock near the roundabout by Dering Lines.

Entry added by: County Recorder on Wed 3rd March 21, 08:11pm Sighting location: Brecon Town (initially). Sighting date: 03/03/21
WANTED - volunteers living in or close to Brecon Town to assist with a local initiative, the BRECON TOWN GREENFINCH SURVEY. Greenfinch has declined by nearly 50% in the UK, possibly more in Wales. We believe though that Brecon's mature gardens, allotments, churchyards, golf course, etc hold a breeding population worth quantifying. Brecon Town has been split into 8 handy survey areas, for which we seek 8 volunteers, up to 3 visits in April - June 2021 should coronavirus restrictions permit. If interested, please email andy[at]breconbirds.wales and await further details. Thank you.

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Tue 2nd March 21, 05:24pm Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 02/03/21
Female Merlin, seen in flight briefly over Bronllys chasing a starling.

Entry added by: C. And P Gorman on Mon 1st March 21, 03:35pm Sighting location: St Johns Court Breton Powys. Sighting date: 01/03/21
Female Black Redstart

Entry added by: Scott Larman on Sun 28th February 21, 01:38pm Sighting location: Llyswen. (SO143374) Sighting date: 28/02/21
Great White egret, midday, on far side of flooded field/pool on the A4079 close to the roundabout for Llyswen

Entry added by: Nick Morgan on Sun 28th February 21, 10:53am Sighting location: Island Fields ( Scout Lane - BSTW). (SO054275) Sighting date: 28/02/21
A dawn walk along the Usk.. Single Dipper, Grey Wagtail and Moorhen on the river. 9 Cormorant flying westwards along the river. 2 Canada Geese approached overhead from the east, could then be heard circling Dinas Fields on opposite side of river, before appearing again and returning back eastwards. Pair of Long Tailed Tit at edge of MOD field. Robin and Dunnock abundant at BSTW with Pied Wagtail. Sparrowhawk flying low across field next to Lime Kilns.

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Sat 27th February 21, 07:12pm Sighting location: video. Sighting date: 27/02/21
Garden Bird photographing video. I recommend this video for those of us interested in photographing garden birds. Great tips, but ignore the very expensive kit she uses. https://youtu.be/FRKtVU8nUEE

Entry added by: Steve and Sue Wilce on Sat 27th February 21, 04:53pm Sighting location: Cathedine. Sighting date: 27/02/21
Another two Green Woody's today, one in Castle Woods Cathedine and one male which is seen by us regularly probing ant hills in a horse paddock.Very good views of the latter about thirty feet away enabling us to see the facial pattern, albeit through a hedge. However, frustratingly it's on private land where access, knowing the owner/renter, would be virtually impossible.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 26th February 21, 09:06pm Sighting location: Pennorth to Pen Tir and back. Sighting date: 26/02/21
The sun seems to have brought the Green Woodpeckers out.....calling singles on Allt-yr-Esgair, Treholford, Maesclythan Wood (N) and Bwlch. 2 prs and 3 male Stonechats on Cefn Moel/Pen Tir with Skylarks in partial song. 30 M Pipits on lower pastures still. 30 Redwings, 6 Siskin, 2 soaring Sparrowhawk at Cathedine. 2 Mistle Thrush (seem a bit scarce) and 6 S Thrushes singing along 4kms of lane Pennorth - Treholford.