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Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 5th April 20, 09:40am Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 04/04/20
Very interesting to read what folk are picking up in their gardens and local community. Good series of records even though the prime site are not getting coverage for obvious and correct reasons. My local walk to Llangasty Church y'day evening in the hope for Willow Warbler & Swallow failed, but compensation was 1 Common Tern, and single Greenshank, Redshank & 9 Snipe on the Point shore. 2 L Egrets, 30+ Wigeon.

Entry added by: Graham Hughes on Sun 5th April 20, 07:26am Sighting location: Llanfihangel Talyllyn. Sighting date: 05/04/20
Over the garden, a low flying pair of Herons heading east towards Llangorse Lake at 0730 today, and at last.......a solitary Swallow over the church. Well it is Sunday!

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Sat 4th April 20, 09:49pm Sighting location: Erwood. Sighting date: 04/04/20
Goshawk seen Between Erwood and Llyswen from the Builth road, 10.45 a.m

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Sat 4th April 20, 04:46pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 04/04/20
Kingfisher at Anod Bridge and a singing curlew just north of the bridge. Male yellowhammer on Pen y Crug

Entry added by: M&W Evans on Sat 4th April 20, 01:23pm Sighting location: River Usk at Llangynidr. Sighting date: 04/04/20
A very early morning walk upstream from Llangynidr bridge. 4 goosander males, 2 females. 3 pr of dipper, 2 pr of Grey Wagtail. Buzzard, singing Song Thrush, blackbird, Wren, Robin and Chiffchaff but no Blackcap located this side of the bridge.

Entry added by: L.M_A on Sat 4th April 20, 12:35pm Sighting location: Spread eagle fishery . Sighting date: 04/04/20
Mallard and 7 duckling

Entry added by: L,M_A on Sat 4th April 20, 12:31pm Sighting location: Spread eagle fishery . Sighting date: 04/04/20
6 sand Martin

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sat 4th April 20, 11:35am Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 04/04/20
Willow Warbler singing in trees by Brecon Hospital, heard from my garden, and two at Penlan during morning exercise. Also 7 Redwings there.

Entry added by: Graham Motley on Fri 3rd April 20, 05:58pm Sighting location: Llangynidr. Sighting date: 03/04/20
6 sand martins flying south over Llangynidr late afternoon

Entry added by: Graham Hughes on Fri 3rd April 20, 04:15pm Sighting location: Llanfihangel Common. Sighting date: 03/04/20
Good view of a Garden Warbler on the edge of Llanfihangel Common, and 3 Lapwings in an adjacent field.