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Entry added by: Keith Noble on Tue 23rd May 17, 08:36am Sighting location: Brechfa and Llangasty. Sighting date: 22/05/17
At Brechfa Pool a Curlew singing, and a Lapwing in big cereal field. On Point at Llangasty a Sanderling and a Dunlin. Two Hobbies were hunting insects at dusk.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sun 21st May 17, 08:00pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 21/05/17
A Hobby over Llangasty 21.5.17

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 20th May 17, 09:16pm Sighting location: Brechfa Pool. Sighting date: 20/05/17
One Sanderling and a 1st-s Yellow-legged Gull. One Curlew came to bathe, and another pair in display nearby. At least one of the Black-headed Gulls carried a large white leg-ring (rt leg) but the depth of weed there prevented reading the inscription.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 20th May 17, 02:32pm Sighting location: Upper Irfon/South Elenydd. Sighting date: 19/05/17
Little reward for being caught in 1.5hrs monsoon with a raging Afon Gwesyn blocking my route out yesterday! Time was when I used to 'go for it'! 21 spp before or after the soaking, including Dipper, Grey Wagtail (both FF - BTO code for carrying 'food for young'), fledged Ravens 2+2, Peregrine, 3 Cuckoos including a pair down to 6 metres, 9 terrs Whinchat and 3 terrs Stonechat, 2 prs Reed Bunting, just 2 Wheatear males on guard, Tree Pipit.

Entry added by: L-M-A on Sat 20th May 17, 06:41am Sighting location: spread eagle. Sighting date: 18/05/17
hobby eating mayfly's over the river

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Wed 17th May 17, 10:07pm Sighting location: Glasbury garden. Sighting date: 16/05/17
First Hobby of the year (for me) overhead yesterday - some spectacular flying chasing down swallows (unsuccessfully.)

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 17th May 17, 06:41pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 17/05/17
and a Whimbrel flew through

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 17th May 17, 05:15pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/05/17
An Arctic Tern dropped into the lake for a short while before heading off. A Redshank was on the point and the drake Wigeon had rellocated to the SC meadow. A Mute Swan had 7 cygnets at the Crannog where swan's were still sitting on 4 more nests. A Coot was feeding two young and young Moorhen were also seen. 1 Greylag and 14 Barnacle Geese were feeding with the Canada's. The Cuckoo was still calling from "South Africa" and a Little Egret flew over.

Entry added by: Helen Short on Wed 17th May 17, 01:46pm Sighting location: Cwmyoy. Sighting date: 16/05/17
2 x Ospreys

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Tue 16th May 17, 09:43pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 16/05/17
Grey Plover still present to 8:45 (well done Andrew!) Also a late drake Wigeon. 21 LBB Gull dropped into the lake before heading off. Cuckoo calling from "South Africa".