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Entry added by: Mark Hancock on Thu 22nd June 17, 08:35am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 21/06/17
A short evening visit to Llangorse produced 1 Lapwing and a tern species at Llangasty, 3 Little Egrets in a tree on the Crannog side as well as the ususal supects including Redstart and Garden Warbler.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 21st June 17, 05:05pm Sighting location: Craig-y-Fro, Brecon Beacons. Sighting date: 21/06/17
Walking a loop from Storey Arms along Craig-y-Fro to the top of Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad gave 1 Ring Ouzel, 60 Meadow Pipit, 44 Skylark, 15 Wheatear and 2 Swift heading south. Also on the wing 33 Small Heath and 3 Red Admiral.

Entry added by: Nicky Davies on Tue 20th June 17, 12:50pm Sighting location: Felindre. (SO194364) Sighting date: 17/06/17
Tree pipit perched on conifer brash

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 16th June 17, 09:05am Sighting location: Elenydd via Cwm Gwesyn & Drygarn Fawr. Sighting date: 15/06/17
Low numbers of all species, not helped by the wind. In Cwm Gwesyn, several Whinchat, female Stonechat carrying food and a Wheatear. The open tops held only Skylark and Pipits, but the edges of one small pool had several Teal feathers so likely to be a tiny breeding population still. Off the hill, on the walks in/out, agitated Pied Flycatchers, Redstart (few of these this year), Sparrowhawk, Goshawk, Sand & House Martins. Nice to see Round-leaved Sundews, Butterworts (many), Beautiful Demoiselle and Large Red Damselfly.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 14th June 17, 10:29pm Sighting location: Craig Cerrig-gleisiad. Sighting date: 14/06/17
It was quiet around the crags, 22 Meadow Pipit, 2 Tree Pipit, 9 Skylark, 4 Redpoll, 2 Wheatear, 1 Cuckoo and singles of Whinchat and Stonechat were the highlights. Also 5 Small Heath.

Entry added by: Ruth Allen on Tue 13th June 17, 11:39am Sighting location: Brecon town centre, St Mary's Church tower. Sighting date: 12/06/17
Peregrine Falcon heard calling when I came out of choir practice at 9:00 p.m. Saw a flurry of feathers being blown in the wind followed by the falcon.

Entry added by: David Whitehead on Sat 10th June 17, 07:30pm Sighting location: Llanfrynach . Sighting date: 10/06/17
I male and 2 female blackcaps feeding on ivy berries in garden

Entry added by: Suzanne on Wed 7th June 17, 04:54pm Sighting location: Langattock. Sighting date: 07/06/17
Stunning male Bullfinch skipping around hedgerow enjoying mid-morning sunshine observed through kitchen window. Meanwhile two swallows' nests around the house continue to provide interest, mess and entertainment. That two of last year's returning (?) birds appear to have given up the idea of nesting in the utility room is something of a relief! P.S. it must have been the hanging wet washing that deterred them .

Entry added by: Bob Griffiths on Tue 6th June 17, 11:40am Sighting location: Beacons Reservoir. Sighting date: 06/06/17
A pair of G.C.G's with three youngsters, 29 Canada Geese and dozens of House Martins.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sun 4th June 17, 11:39pm Sighting location: Aberbran. Sighting date: 04/06/17
A minimum of 25 Stock Dove were feeding in a field south of the A40 early evening.