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Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Sun 2nd August 20, 08:56pm Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 02/08/20
1 Green Sandpiper in flight, calling over Bronllys Hospital this evening heading North West

Entry added by: Graham Evans on Sun 2nd August 20, 08:49am Sighting location: Llwyniago Farm Libanus. Sighting date: 31/07/20
Mistle Thrushes becoming a bit more visible/vocal this week, with several small family groups and a good count of 35 birds in some mature Ash trees

Entry added by: Neil Farr on Sat 1st August 20, 04:30pm Sighting location: Craig Cwm-du and secluded waterfall below Fan Frynych (629m), Nr. Heol Senni.. Sighting date: 26/07/20
A male redstart in hedge just after Forest Lodge. Walked from Plas-y-Fan to Craig Cwm-du and secluded waterfall. There were four linnets in a hawthorn tree on the Sarn Helen roman road on the left side, meadow pipits, a young buzzard in the sky, two red kites and a green woodpecker heard in a tree (larch). Beautiful yellow welsh poppies by the sides of the Nant Cwm-du, heather, wild thyme and various other wildflowers. Just below the waterfall on the right side of the stream flew a male ring ouzel. Lots of berries ( rowan tree's) here so good supply of food. On the return a grey wagtail sat in a larch tree opposite the stream, a male whinchat on top of gorse, a blackening waxcap (common, July-November) nr. the bridge on the left side of the roman road and two goldfinches on thistles. A good habitat with good bird life.

Entry added by: Graham Hughes on Fri 31st July 20, 07:07pm Sighting location: Llanfihangel Talyllyn. Sighting date: 31/07/20
At least two dozen screeching swifts around the church tower at 8am. Most I've ever seen.

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Fri 31st July 20, 09:50am Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 31/07/20
Redshank. Was quietly sunbathing on the point at Llangasty early this morning till disturbed by thirsty cattle and then by a water skier.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 27th July 20, 08:32pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 27/07/20
2 Wigeon and a Common Tern.

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Thu 23rd July 20, 07:01am Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 22/07/20
1 Migrant Whinchat, on high ground near Bronllys, also small numbers of Pied wagtail passing through at the moment, very good year for House Sparrows in and around the village, with lots of young appear to be everywhere.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Tue 21st July 20, 07:56pm Sighting location: Y Byddwn, Groesffordd. Sighting date: 21/07/20
My first Y Byddwn record of a hobby today, also surprisingly a greenfinch and a very likely juvenile spotted flycatcher despite the usual pair having not been observed as in previous years though they probably bred nearby as saw one on 2 occasions.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 18th July 20, 10:00am Sighting location: Grwyne Fawr area, Black Mountains. Sighting date: 17/07/20
Circular route covering Res'r and ridges found 30 spp. Best were Pied Flycatcher and at least 4 Redstarts fly-catching from hawthorns at Tarren yr Escob, Nuthatch and Coal Tit there too. Hobby, 2 Kestrels and 4 single Golden Plover on the ridges. Stonechat and 2 single Whinchats on bracken slopes having dispersed from breeding territories. Wheatear family.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 17th July 20, 11:02pm Sighting location: Upper Tarrell Valley. Sighting date: 17/07/20
An agitated Tree Pipit and a calling Willow Tit were at the southern entrance of Coed-ty-Mawr Libanus. Two fledged Stonechat familes of different ages were at Storey Arms with a pair of Whinchat nearby that were taking food to young still in the nest as well as having juv's from a previous breeding attempt in the same area. Also a Spotted Flycatcher and a juv Redstart.