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Sightings 7451 to 7454 of 7454.

Entry added by: Steve Jones on Sat 5th April 08, 02:33pm Sighting location: S0074448. Sighting date: 5th April 2008
Osprey - one in tree on banks of River Wye adjacent to the A470, 1.5mls north of Erwood - next to the stone house on the right hand side of the road.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 4th April 08, 08:46pm Sighting location: Mynydd Aberyscir. Sighting date: 4/4/08
16 Yellowhammer in area. Today saw return of first Green Woodpecker and Swallow.

Entry added by: Bryan Jones on Fri 4th April 08, 08:25pm Sighting location: SN911441. Sighting date: 4/4/08
15 Skylark counted on various parts of Epynt North side yesterday. Also Red Admiral in garden on Sunday,and Peacock yesterday.

Entry added by: Andy Davis on Fri 4th April 08, 05:15pm Sighting location: Usk Res.. Sighting date: 4th April 2008
Wood Warblers x5 Gathering of 50 or more Sand Martins & Swallows, many sat on the fence which marks the county line along the Dam wall. Tree pipit on southern side of lake. (Earlier at Mynydd Illtyd 5 pairs of Stonechats at western end along with many skylarks)

Entry added by: Mike Hogan on Fri 4th April 08, 05:12am Sighting location: Ystradfellte. Sighting date: 03/04/08
Swallow on telephone wires at Aber Llia Farm.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Thu 3rd April 08, 10:49pm Sighting location: Llangynidr Moor/Reservoir/forest edge 6-8pm. Sighting date: 3rd April 2008
Best were 3 f Wheatear together, pr Stonechat, pr CGoose, pr Mallard, male Siskin in song, 5 Swallow took a sip from the Reservoir and continued north, and a single Chiffchaff on territory (bet that species was not here 10 years ago).

Entry added by: Steve Jones on Thu 3rd April 08, 09:42pm Sighting location: Llanwrthwl SN9763. Sighting date: 3/4/08
A single Swallow had reached the northern extremity of the county by this evening.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Thu 3rd April 08, 05:45pm Sighting location: Brechfa Pool. Sighting date: 3 April 08
One Dunlin, one White Wagtail and 3 Pied, pair of Teal, 4 prs Mallard, 12 Coot, 4 Moorhens, 3 Swallows, 100+ B-h'd Gulls, pr Curlew and song in nearby field, Nuthatch in Chapel trees.

Entry added by: Stephanie Coates on Thu 3rd April 08, 11:07am Sighting location: SO046278. Sighting date: 03/04/08
Sand martins are back at island fields

Entry added by: Geoff Waldron on Wed 2nd April 08, 01:26pm Sighting location: Llangors Lake. Sighting date: 2/4/8
Pair of Red Shanks and a Chifchaf. 10 Golden Eye, 2 Pairs Gadwall, 2 Pairs Teal, 2 GBB Gulls, 2 pairs Great Crested Grebes, 10 Lapwings. 3 Green Finches 5 Chafinches, 3 Song Thursh 2 Mistle Trush. Family of Mute Swans. Lost count of Canada Geese / Crows / Jackdaws / Blackbirds / Gt. Tits / Coots. 3 Wood Pigeons. Strangely only 1 Mallard. 1 Grey Heron no sign of the Little Ringed Plover that was here yesterday.