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Entry added by: Grace Dooley on Mon 20th January 20, 09:10am Sighting location: Traeth Bach, Mynydd Illtud. (SN966248) Sighting date: 19/01/20
Approx. 15 siskin feeding on cones right at the top of a Scot's pine

Entry added by: Nigel Starnes / Andy Fuga on Mon 20th January 20, 07:09am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 19/1/20
Good views of GW Egret at Llangasty . Cetti's in front of hide . No sign of GG Shrike .

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sat 18th January 20, 07:42pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 18/01/20
Great Grey Shrike on tree top near Retreat House, Iceland Gull in roost, drake Scaup, three Little and one Great Egrets.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 18th January 20, 06:35pm Sighting location: Libanus. Sighting date: 18/01/20
The metal ringed Starling was back in my garden today. The full ring number is L471240 and I think it is a Netherlands ring as the address appears to start "ARN" as in Arnhem. A heavily cropped photo is in the gallery if any of the bird ringers have any ideas?

Entry added by: Mike Moxon on Fri 17th January 20, 09:56pm Sighting location: Talybont on Usk. Sighting date: 17/01/20
Ring-tail Hen Harrier

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 17th January 20, 06:47pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/01/20
Roost visit tonight provided the juv Iceland Gull, 185 Herring Gull, 5 Common Gulls, 1000 LBBGulls, 1 GBBGull and 850+ Black-headed Gulls. Also Kingfisher, 210 CGeese, 10 Goosander, pr Scaup and 37 Goldeneye and 12 GC Grebe gathered together towards dark. Also SpHawk and Barn Owl.

Entry added by: Graham Motley on Fri 17th January 20, 10:39am Sighting location: Llangynidr. Sighting date: 17/01/20
Female blackcap on garden feeder this morning

Entry added by: John Lewis on Thu 16th January 20, 09:24pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake - Cathedine- Llangasty. Sighting date: 16/01/20
Peregrine flying south east over Neuadd farm, Llangasty pursued by a Raven. Two Great white Egrets in the south arm floods . 13 Common Snipe flushed from by footpath in the fileld west of the hide and north of Ty Mawr. Water Rail in front of hide. 3 Pintail ( 2 males) and 34 Goldeneye on the lake Obserbvations between 8.35 and 11.40 GMT

Entry added by: Mark Jones on Thu 16th January 20, 01:25pm Sighting location: Priory Groves, Brecon. Sighting date: 16/01/20
Great Spotted Woodpecker seen at 10.35 from top path in Priory Groves

Entry added by: Evan Davies on Wed 15th January 20, 10:13pm Sighting location: Cathedine. Sighting date: 14/01/20
Took a walk down through the fields towards the lake. Pouring with rain and I was only out for ten minutes but saw c50 redwing split into several smaller flocks either in the trees or on the ground, 10 goldfinches feeding on flood debris, pied wagtail, greater spotted woodpecker, great white egret and a gc grebe feeding on the floodwater.