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Entry added by: Andrew Dixon on Tue 8th April 08, 01:59pm Sighting location: Afon Llynfi nr. Bronllys. Sighting date: 5th April 2008
Common Sandpiper, many Chiffchaffs, several Swallows and Sand Martins. Marsh Tit.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 7th April 08, 08:50pm Sighting location: North of Mynydd Aberyscir. Sighting date: 7.4.08
2 Redstart, 1 Swallow and 1 Redpoll.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 7th April 08, 08:47pm Sighting location: TTV - Island Fields, Brecon. Sighting date: 7.4.08
Migrants: 1 Willow Warbler, 2 Chiffchaff singing, 2 Swallow and 5 Sand Martin. Also pair of Stock Dove, 3 Goosander, 1 Little Grebe and a Sparrowhawk. Mallard with a brood of 3 ducklings.

Entry added by: Luke Phillips on Mon 7th April 08, 07:42pm Sighting location: CCG. Sighting date: 07/04/08
5 Ring Ouzel mid morning.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 6th April 08, 09:33pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 6.4.08 - 16.00
2 Dunlin, 3 LR Plover, 1 Redshank, 5 Lapwing. 6 Goldeneye, 7 Teal, 8 GC Grebe, 19 M Swan, 17 Cormorant, 18 Canada's and 2 White Wagtail in amoung the Pied.

Entry added by: Steve + Sue Wilce on Sun 6th April 08, 03:20pm Sighting location: Brynich Lock. Sighting date: 06/04/08
Two male Blackcaps in trees,50yds from Brynich Lock towards Brecon(path side). Also a pair of Kingfishers,a pair of dippers and a pair of Grey Wagtails on the river around road bridge area. Chiffchaffs viewable at very close range from road bridge (first recess on the left from the lock) flying out and catching insects ten feet from bridge. A La Spotted Flycatcher.

Entry added by: Sue Furber on Sun 6th April 08, 12:53pm Sighting location: Crickhowell SO216192. Sighting date: Sun 6th April
6.30am 2 siskins, 4 goldfinches +several greenfinches at feeding station in garden 10.30am 4 Swallows over Llangattock Church 1 grey wagtail on Llangynidr bridge

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 5th April 08, 08:05pm Sighting location: SO03L Atlas TTV 3hr Garthbrengy. Sighting date: 5th April 8-11am
Delighted with 43 species. Highlights being: 2 Red Kite, 2 RLPartridge, 4 CGoose, 2 Teal, 2 Fieldfare, 4 Snipe, 8 Starling, 3 Tree Sparrow in two territories, 2 Swallow (M Atlas code), 29 HSparrow, 6 Skylark (3 - S code), Pr Curlew (D code). Just outside the tetrad, another 2 TSparrow territories. Down at Pentwyn (Llanddew), my first Willow Warbler heard.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sat 5th April 08, 07:26pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 5 April 2008
Single Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff and Blackcap in my garden. The Willow is my first of the year, single Chiffchaffs have been around since 16 March. The Blackcap is the first since my last sighting on 27 Feb of one of four or more that wintered here. Yesterday afternoon a Goshawk passed over, started to circle and was joined by a Peregrine and then a Buzzard. The Pere made a half-hearted pass at the Buzz before they drifted apart.

Entry added by: Steve and Sue Wilce on Sat 5th April 08, 05:37pm Sighting location: Glasbury/Llangasty/Brynich. Sighting date: 05/04/08
Wye valley walk from Glasbury to Glangwye: Hundred+ Sand Martins flying and entering nest holes in banking along the river.Also many Swallows in flight over the river and fields. 30 Linnets, two Yellow Hammers and two late Fieldfares. Later at Llangasty one Dunlin. Hundreds of Sand Martins and numerous House Martins over the lake. Near Brynich Lock, along the canal, at least Ten Chiffchaffs.