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Entry added by: Keith Noble on Sat 7th December 19, 02:55pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 07/12/19
Ferruginous Duck flew around and on landing tossed his head at a female Tufty. Also female Scaup, five Pintail, three Pochard. Goshawk, Sparrowhawk, Peregrine, Kingfisher, G and L Egrets.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Wed 4th December 19, 09:12am Sighting location: Lower Chapel. Sighting date: 30/11/19
Following up a Lower Chapel resident telling me last week of Tree Sparrows coming daily to his feeders at the moment, I went over the weekend to check it out. 7+ were present queueing for the feeders. I should have twigged that this area could host a discreet colony (in the last decade reports from two other locations are equi-distant 3 kms away) as well as game-cover crops that held them there in the '90s. Thanks Ian for letting me know.

Entry added by: Sean Wilcox on Mon 2nd December 19, 03:11pm Sighting location: Cefn Gafros / Mynydd Fforest. Sighting date: 01/12/19
First Woodcock of the season at Cefn Gafros and a dozen Crossbills at Mynydd Fforest.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sun 1st December 19, 05:12pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 01/12/19
11 Pintail were to the west of the hide that had earlier been found by Chris who reported that the female Scaup was still there but no sign of the Ferruginous Duck. A Green Sandpiper was in the flooded sailing club meadows. 4 Great and 2 Little Egret around the lake. 3 Stonechat were in the meadows to the west of the hide. A dead swan was near one of the shooting hides but the water was too deep for my wellies to check for a ring.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 29th November 19, 09:27am Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 28/11/19
Ferruginous Duck and female Scaup still present off the hide, and 35+ Shovelers recently arrived.

Entry added by: Ceri Jones on Sun 24th November 19, 08:31pm Sighting location: Glasfynydd Forest. Sighting date: 24/11/19
Four Willow Tit (including 3 at 1 location) this afternoon at Glasfynydd Forest. Plenty of Crossbill present including a group of 16 viewed from Pont ar Wysg car park. Not a single bird on Usk Reservoir in flat calm conditions (viewed from the car park by the dam)!

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 23rd November 19, 09:55pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 23/11/19
The Ferruginous Duck was again to the west of the hide today. Photo's taken of it's left leg last weekend and today appear to show that there is no ring on the left leg and combined with the photo previously published of the right leg show that this bird is unringed. It is very likely that this is a different bird to the drake recorded in Powys last winter. Heavily cropped record shots are in the gallery for your scrutiny...

Entry added by: Graham Motley on Sat 23rd November 19, 10:57am Sighting location: Llangynidr. Sighting date: 23/11/19
Female blackcap in garden today.

Entry added by: M&W Evans on Fri 22nd November 19, 06:08pm Sighting location: Lower Llangynidr. Sighting date: 22/11/19
Today in the garden, Bullfinch 1 male, 2 female. Chaffinch 9. Squabbling Starling 98, minus one to Sparrowhawk female at 1025. Tits, Marsh 2, Blue 19, Great 9, Coal 3, Long Tailed Tit, 2 parties, one of 27 and one of 9. H Sparrow 29, Goldfinch 11, GSp Woodpecker pair. Blackbird 5, Robin 1, Redwing 15, Fieldfare 7. Nuthatch 2. Wren 1. Rook, 3. Woodpigeon (all overweight) 3.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 22nd November 19, 08:58am Sighting location: Brecon evening meeting. Sighting date: 22/11/19
Talk on 'Breconshire birds - Winter visitors'. On Tuesday 26th Nov, Brecon. See Home Page. All welcome.