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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 21st July 19, 12:23pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 21/07/19
9 Oystercatcher, a kingfisher and a pair of Moorhen with 6 fluffy young on the point.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 20th July 19, 05:08pm Sighting location: Talybont Res / Pencelli canal. Sighting date: 20/07/19
9 Common Sandpiper and 2 Dunlin at Talybont. 2 Mute Swan with 6 cygnets on the canal near Pencelli.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 20th July 19, 09:34am Sighting location: Llangasty bird-hide. Sighting date: 20/07/19
Notice of renovation works: BBNP have informed me of work planned to replace timbers on the walkway & stairs will take place this coming week 22nd-26th July. The hide will largely remain open to the public throughout (follow site access instructions), but expect some disturbance should you visit.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 19th July 19, 09:47pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 19/07/19
Passage waders in heavy rain late p/m - 5 Dunlin, single C Sandpiper and juv LRPlover. Also 60 Mallard, 164 Canada Geese and a single Greylag, 2 L Grebe, 10 Teal, 27 Tufted Duck. 4 Gt-Cr Grebe included a pair with 2x day-old chicks partly-hidden on the female's back.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 19th July 19, 10:07am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 18/07/19
19.30pm waterfowl count. 178 Mute Swan and broods of 3 and 4 cygnets seen, 250+ Mallard, 2 Tufted Duck, 1 Shelduck on Crannog Island, 110 Coot including 10-12 youngsters, 9 adult Great-crested Grebe with two almost independent youngsters, pair Lapwing with 2-3 fledged young on the Point, 30 LBBGUlls, 1 GBBG.

Entry added by: Sara Gavin on Thu 18th July 19, 08:37pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 25/07/19
curlew and gooseander

Entry added by: L,M-A on Thu 18th July 19, 06:43pm Sighting location: spread eagle. Sighting date: 18/07/19
female kestrel over garden being mobbed by sand martins

Entry added by: Barbara Jackson on Thu 18th July 19, 09:42am Sighting location: Peterstone court. Sighting date: 15/07/19
A family of spotted flycatchers by the river in the garden of peterstone court.

Entry added by: Carlton & Dawn Parry on Wed 17th July 19, 09:39pm Sighting location: Llanstephan Bridge, River Wye.. Sighting date: 16/07/19
Little Egret. While driving across bridge, paused half way across (Brec/Rads) as we spotted two birds flying downstream towards us. As they passed by we could see that they were a Little Egret closely followed by a B H Gull, The Egret under the bridge below the car,the gull over.

Entry added by: J Hole on Tue 16th July 19, 08:27pm Sighting location: Trefeitha. Sighting date: 15/07/19
500 plus swallows roosting last night in cereal field near Trefeitha , unfortunately tonight its being harvested.