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Entry added by: Andrew King on Wed 9th January 19, 11:16pm Sighting location: Cwm Claisfer. Sighting date: 09/01/19
23 species. Best were 25+ Crossbill coming down to drink at a mini-waterfall on the common, Woodcock, Green & GS Woodpeckers, Fieldfare. In alders, 8 Siskin with a single Redpoll.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 9th January 19, 10:19pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 04/01/19
There is a photo on the bird guides website of the Glossy Ibis that was seen at the lake on 4/1/18 for those interested. [Update: details of this fly-through Ibis now supplied by the observer.]

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 9th January 19, 04:47pm Sighting location: Brecon. Sighting date: 09/01/19
Under St Mary's a fresh Woodcock bill and part of the head, with the top of the skull removed and the brains scooped out like a boiled egg.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Tue 8th January 19, 04:23pm Sighting location: Y Byddwn, Groesffordd. Sighting date: 08/01/19
Approximately 1000 Lesser Black-backed Gulls with no other gull species noted in a field next to the reserve at 8.45am today

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Mon 7th January 19, 03:07pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 04/01/19
The possible Glossy Ibis reported on RBA today was seen on 4th, flew over the car park and landed in trees.

Entry added by: Terry Gammons on Sun 6th January 19, 12:16pm Sighting location: Llaneglwys Forest. Sighting date: 07/01/19
Common Crossbill x 20 +/- West of car park/picnic area.

Entry added by: LM-ames on Sun 6th January 19, 08:10am Sighting location: spread eagle. Sighting date: 06/01/19
Female peregrine just took out a jackdaw above the house, she never touched the floor.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 5th January 19, 05:54pm Sighting location: Gro Common, Glasbury. Sighting date: 05/01/19
Song Thrush singing in Pennorth this a/m - and has been for ca. 3 weeks. At Glasbury, pr Goosander on the river; 10 Redwing, 2 Fieldfare and a smart male Blackcap carrying a Mistletoe berry in the adjacent orchard. In the large grass field, 5 Lapwing, 80 BHGulls, 40 Rook. 1 Little Egret on the Common, and 3 more on the Rads side of the river.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 5th January 19, 04:01pm Sighting location: Usk Reservoir / Defynnog / Mynydd Illtyd. Sighting date: 05/01/19
No Shrike during a walk at the Usk Reservoir but Crossbill could be heard almost everywhere. Three groups were seen of 14, 16 and 23. Also 4 Bullfinch, 2 Redpoll and a calling Willow Tit were the other highlights. On the way back 52 Red Kite were at Defynnog, 110 Jackdaw were in pre-roost flight at the Libanus BBNP Mountain Centre where 24 Magpie were together

Entry added by: Andrew King/Steve Butler on Thu 3rd January 19, 10:57pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 03/01/18
Good to see a steady flow of birders/photographers through the Llangasty bird-hide today, to enjoy the wealth of waterfowl. Best were male Pintail, male Scaup, 8+ Pochard, 22+ Goosander, 3 Gt Egrets, 3 L Egrets. Also Cettis Warbler, Water Rails - and at the Church carpark a single Chiffchaff foraging with 13 LTTits.