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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 21st February 18, 09:56pm Sighting location: Brecon Beacons / Talybont Res.. Sighting date: 21/02/18
8 Skylark were back on territory between Fan Fawr and Fan Frynach with a single Mipit at the bottom of CCG. The wintering female Kestrel and a Green Woodpecker were near Storey Arms. Later at Talybont Res. 21 Tufted, 4 Goldeneye, 35 Wigeon, 18 Mallard, 2 Teal, 11+ Little Grebe, 3 GC Grebe, 3 Moorhen and 2 Grey Heron. One of the pair of Mute Swan was behaving very aggressively toward 6 Canada’s forcing them off the nesting platforms.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Wed 21st February 18, 09:07pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 21/02/18
5pm viewing off the top lanes, there appeared to be FIVE Gt White Egrets, and 1 L Egret, split between the Pony Field and Church flood.

Entry added by: Carlton, Dawn Elinor & Ben Parry on Sun 18th February 18, 06:37pm Sighting location: Llangorse/ Llangasty. Sighting date: 17/02/18
A walk from Llangasty part to the Hide and back yesterday produced 40sps.Ducks and Egrets similar to Andy's obs, although surprised to see at least 47 Shoveler in flight. Plus Water Rail,good views in field just beyond car park, Goosander 1 drake, Cetti's Warbler and 4 Reed Bunting near the hide

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 18th February 18, 06:11pm Sighting location: Llangorse & Talybont Res'r. Sighting date: 18/02/18
Great posts earlier today from Rob and Gary. Duck count this a/m at Llangorse showed that >50% of the duck have now left. Only Wigeon numbers keeping up with 246 still; only one Pochard, 77 Tufted, 32 Goldeneye. Foraging activity of 216 Coot and kleptoparasitism by Wigeon and Gadwall (49) is probably what is keeping those dabblers interested. 2 Shelduck, pr Pintail, Mandarin, 20 Lapwing, 2 GWE and 3 LEgrets present. Popped over to Talybont Reservoir afterwards to see Rob's fine juv Gt Northern Diver. Fine indeed.

Entry added by: Gary Jones on Sun 18th February 18, 09:29am Sighting location: Bwlch. Sighting date: 18/02/18
20 plus siskin. 14 lesser redpoll

Entry added by: Rob Griffiths on Sun 18th February 18, 08:01am Sighting location: Talybont Res.. Sighting date: 18/02/18
Late post from Saturday p. m.Juvenile Great Northern Diver, seen at distance going away from me at first, took some tracking down to get a positive I. D. It was moving all the way along one side of the res, and then coming back up the other. Also Marsh Tit feeding on bird table near lay by at southern end of res.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 17th February 18, 08:04pm Sighting location: Brecfa Pool / Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/02/18
At Brecfa Pool 1 Common Gull, 1 Herring, 29 BH and 42 LBB, also 2 Teal, 4 Coot, 1 Moorhen and a singing Skylark. Popped to the lake at dusk hoping to find a white-winged gull in the roost - I didn't - but 2-3 GW Egret, 2-3 Little Egret, a pair of Pintail and a Barn Owl behind the church were noted from Llangasty and at the crannog the Shelduck and Mandarin remain and a Cetti's was singing.

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Sat 17th February 18, 06:16pm Sighting location: Glasbury Fford Fawr. Sighting date: 17/02/18
WeBS count today: 105 Canadas, 4 Buzzard, 2 Cormorant,4 Grey Heron, 2 Greylag, 1 Little Egret, 55 Mallard, 1 Moorhen, 7 Mute Swan, 1 Oystercatcher, 1 Red Kite, 4 Wigeon, and 1 Snipe. Geese and Swans enjoying the winter wheat. ?possibly same lone Oystercatcher that has bee around all winter. Back home later cock Pheasant reacted strongly to the earthquake tremors circa 2.30pm

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 17th February 18, 05:05pm Sighting location: Usk Reservoir. (SN828277) Sighting date: 17/02/18
24 species this morning in the SE quarter (Breconshire). Two of the four target spp found - Gt Grey Shrike towards the 'T' junction, and a female Goshawk in similar pose to Keith's entry on Image Gallery today. Others included two territories of Crossbill behaving as though chicks in nests, 5 Cormorant, prs of Goldeneye and Canada Geese, 13 Mallard, Woodcock flushed nr the 'hide', 5 Kite and 300 Starling.

Entry added by: Carlton Parry on Sat 17th February 18, 11:10am Sighting location: Near to Dolfallen Bridge, Elan Valley.. Sighting date: 17/02/07
Received a call from Richard Vincett, Great White Egret seen on bank of river Elan, at the bottom of his garden (that is in Radnor) but also seen in Ash tree across river in Brecknook.