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Entry added by: John Harper on Sun 23rd June 19, 04:32pm Sighting location: Black Mixen Common. Sighting date: 21/06/19
Late afternoon on Black Mixen Common some distance from the RWT reserve I heard a snatch of Turtle Dove purring - twice. I immediately recognised it as it brought back memories of hearing the so-characteristic song on the Trellech commons all those years ago. Later I was entertained by several minutes of Nightjar song every 90 minutes or so through the night. Is there a Radnor Bird site like this one for bird records ? {John - you can try 'radnorshirebirds.wordpress.com' and hopefully one of the Rads birders can check to see how long it carries on 'purring for'. AK

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 22nd June 19, 06:45pm Sighting location: Crai reservoir. Sighting date: 22/06/19
Pleasantly surprised to find 3 territories of Common Sandpiper among the 33 species recorded at Crai res today as I had failed to find them at any western reservoir over the last 2 years. Even more surprised to flush a passage Redshank. Best of other species were 23 Willow Warbler, Whinchat (1 female), Cuckoo (1), Whitethroat (1 male), Tree Pipit (2 terr.), Redstart (2 families). At least 5 Small Pearl Bordered Fritillary were near the dam.

Entry added by: Angi Harrell on Sat 22nd June 19, 05:43pm Sighting location: Cwm Llwch. (SO016253) Sighting date: 15/06/19
At the end of a walk up Pen Y Fan and heading up the lane from Cwm Llwch towards Cwm Gwdi car park, we came across two redstart families within 300 metres from each other. This was the 2nd redstart family further along the lane from the first one sighted. Male female and approx. four juveniles flighting across the road between the tress

Entry added by: Angi Harrell on Sat 22nd June 19, 05:31pm Sighting location: Cwm Llwch . (SO013253) Sighting date: 15/06/19
Redstart, male and female adult with at least two juvenile flying around the lane near the bridge

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Fri 21st June 19, 07:02pm Sighting location: Halfway Forest. Sighting date: 21/06/19
A quick visit to Halfway Forest (SN83/84 33) late afternoon gave at least 6 Wood Warbler territories. 4 were on the Brecon side of the stream and 2-3 on the Carmarthen side. Agitation/alarm from one pair on the Brecon side

Entry added by: Ceri Jones on Fri 21st June 19, 06:52pm Sighting location: Lower Neuadd reservoir. (SO033182) Sighting date: 21/06/19
Grasshopper Warbler reeling between the Gap road and Lower Neuadd reservoir at 0630 today

Entry added by: L,M-A on Fri 21st June 19, 10:01am Sighting location: Talgarth. Sighting date: 21/06/19
male peregrine flew over the office

Entry added by: Martin Gane on Thu 20th June 19, 06:00pm Sighting location: Ebbw Vale Church street . Sighting date: 20/06/19
Dead nuthatch, ( non predation)

Entry added by: via Chris Wells on Wed 19th June 19, 06:59pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 19/06/19
1 Greenshank, 1 LR Plover, 108 Mute Swan, 260+ Canada Geese, 4 Cormorant and 2 LBB Gull.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Mon 17th June 19, 08:59pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 17/06/19
Brief visit to Llangasty 7pm. Three Little Terns plunge-diving the north shore - odd date, presumably very late spring migrants ca 3 weeks later than previous records. Also 44 Coot, broods of Mute Swan of 1/2/3 along the south shore, 3 Lapwing, several juv Reed Bunting, GBBG.