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Entry added by: Andrew King on Mon 19th March 18, 12:27pm Sighting location: Llanhamlach. Sighting date: 18/03/17
Black Redstart reported to BWT office, feeding in a garden yesterday. No further details.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 18th March 18, 04:13pm Sighting location: Pennorth garden. Sighting date: 18/03/18
No Linnets here, but a weather-induced increase to 25+ Chaffinch and a female Reed Bunting not noted previously this winter.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sun 18th March 18, 02:21pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 18/03/18
A female Linnet was a new species for our Brecon garden today 18.3.18

Entry added by: Chris and Julie West and Digger on Sun 18th March 18, 12:04pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 13/03/18
Female merlin carrying dead blackbird,kestrel soaring,red kite.

Entry added by: Valmai Williams on Sun 18th March 18, 08:02am Sighting location: On bank of Llynfi below Bronllys Castle. Sighting date: 11/03/18
Ruddy Shelduck. Quite tame.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 17th March 18, 03:56pm Sighting location: Tarrell Valley / Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/03/18
100 Skylark were feeding on pasture around sheep by the A470 at Rhyderwen. Over toward Ffrwdgrech another muddy field held 40 each of Linnet and Chaffinch and a leucistic Chaffinch. 2 Oystercatcher at Llangasty including a metal ringed bird which I presume is our returning pair.

Entry added by: M&W Evans on Fri 16th March 18, 10:59pm Sighting location: Pencommin, Llangynidr. Sighting date: 16/03/18
First sighting of L Redpoll in the garden this winter. Male Sparrowhawk took a Great Tit off a feeder in an amazing display of manoeuverability in flight. Much larger numbers of daily feeders suggest further inclement weather just as they did prior to the last lot. 33 Goldfinches and 22 Siskin each being a record.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Fri 16th March 18, 07:34pm Sighting location: Y Byddwn, Groesfford. (SO087277) Sighting date: 16/03/18
30 woodpigeon flew out of reserve. 12 redwing flew into reserve, at least one singing. Mistle thrush, song thrush, blackbird, robin, wren, great tit, coal tit and chaffinch all singing on reserve. goldcrest, treecreeper and nuthatch also seen. A bonus was a fresh peacock butterfly.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Thu 15th March 18, 09:44pm Sighting location: Bwlch. Sighting date: 15/03/18
Spring-like day. Short walk around the lanes. 1-2 prs of Marsh Tit, one of which appeared to lose a fight with a pr of Blue Tits over a deluxe nest hole the fight continuing down on the ground 10ft below the nest-hole. Also GS & Green Woodpecker, prs Tree Creeper, Red Kites, Buzzards and a pr LT Tits building a nest 15ft up and alder, one-third built. Llangorse Lake - Redshank, Oyc and 22 Curlew on Point. Ca. 17 Barnacle Geese.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 14th March 18, 04:01pm Sighting location: Llandefaelog woodland / Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 14/03/18
The best around Coed Gwenffrwd and Glanhon Ddu were 21 Stock Dove, 70 Siskin, 50 Redwing, 4 Mistle Thrush, 5 Raven and 3 Nuthatch. Down at the lake 18 Barnacle Geese have returned with some very aggressive behaviour between them. Also 23 Curlew, 1 Oystercatcher, 6 Pintail and the pair of Scaup were tucked right into the SW corner to the left of the hide.