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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 20th August 17, 05:49pm Sighting location: Glyn Tarrell Forest / Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 20/08/17
5 Crossbill (4m1f) were at Glyn Tarrell Forest as was a calling Marsh Tit. 4 Teal were at Llangasty with a male "white" Wagtail in with about 50 Pied's on the common.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 19th August 17, 06:11pm Sighting location: Trecastle area. Sighting date: 19/08/17
Yellow Wagtail flew up calling from a field near river Usk at Trecastle this afternoon. At the Usk reservoir a family party of at least 4 Willow Tit was the second instance of successful breeding for this species I have noted this year. Otherwise very quiet.

Entry added by: County Recorder on Sat 19th August 17, 05:18pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 18/08/17
Reported Marsh Harrier over the western reedbeds yesterday morning.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Fri 18th August 17, 08:42am Sighting location: Llanhamlach. Sighting date: 17/08/17
Barn Owl hovering at side of the A40 dual carriageway yesterday evening (23:00)

Entry added by: David Whitehead on Sun 13th August 17, 12:04pm Sighting location: Mountain Centre. Sighting date: 13/08/17
Very pale almost white Magpie (barn owl colouration) flying with 7 others around central farm

Entry added by: Suzanne on Sat 12th August 17, 02:45pm Sighting location: Llangattock. Sighting date: 12/08/17
Common Buzzard family of 3 - Wood pigeons 4 - single Heron low flypast down to brook - my close family of Swallows 5 and second brood on the way plus dozens more about - group of House Martins. Seen from front porch.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 11th August 17, 09:05pm Sighting location: Brecon Town. Sighting date: 11/08/17
10 Swift over R Usk in Brecon.

Entry added by: Graham Evans on Fri 11th August 17, 01:32pm Sighting location: Llwyniago Farm. Sighting date: 11/08/17
An amazing 2 minutes with a Linnet, Redstart, Spotted Flycatcher, Chiffchaff and Goldfinch all perching together on the same farm gate. 5 Linnets in total, Spotted Fly quite infrequent for this site

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Mon 7th August 17, 11:57am Sighting location: Various. Sighting date: 07/08/17
A lot of Swift activity along the A40 corridor early evening 7th Aug, 24, 10+, 5, 30+ at Llanspyddid-Brecon section, Brynych r. Usk, Pennorth and Llangorse lake respectively. One or probably two Hobbies near a promising Scots Pine block at a new site in the west of the county also 7th. Confirmed fledging of at least one Barn Owl at a traditional site. No Redstarts were seen at a regular site and House Martins seem to have had a very poor year.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 2nd August 17, 04:46pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 02/08/17
Six Black-tailed Godwits spent most of their time asleep half-hidden behind the end of the point. Also Little Egret, Curlew, Stoat and Emperor dragonflies