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Entry added by: Andrew Dally on Tue 6th November 18, 04:10pm Sighting location: Near Beulah. Sighting date: 06/11/18
Jack Snipe repeatedly flushed in boggy field near Beulah. First I've seen here. Single Snipe flushed regularly from same field over last couple of weeks. Also Brambling visiting ground feeding station in garden (Oct 29).

Entry added by: John Harper on Mon 5th November 18, 08:23pm Sighting location: Glangrwney / R. Usk. Sighting date: 05/11/18
Walk this evening 1900 - 2000 : heard maybe 40 "seepings" overhead as Redwing flying up (or down) Usk Valley.

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Mon 5th November 18, 06:08am Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 04/11/18
1 Crossbill over Bronllys, good numbers of Redwing Fieldfare and Starling around the village

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 3rd November 18, 01:22pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 03/11/18
52 species recorded at the lake this morning but it felt very flat and quiet. Best were 2 GW and 1 Little Egret, 3 Cetti's, 3 Water Rail, 2 Snipe, 10 Meadow Pipit in the pony field, 2 Stonechat by the hide, 7-9 Red Kite, a Sparrowhawk, single Common and Herring Gull in with hundreds of BH and LBB and a Barn Owl pellet found under the old oaks.

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 2nd November 18, 07:36pm Sighting location: Defynnog. Sighting date: 02/11/18
55 Red Kite together late this afternoon.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Thu 1st November 18, 08:21pm Sighting location: Llanwern, nr Brecon. Sighting date: 01/11/18
Woodcock and Marsh Tit in woodland today.

Entry added by: peter jackson on Wed 31st October 18, 10:58pm Sighting location: Near Gilfach riding centre Llangorse. Sighting date: 31/10/18
About 30 yellowhammer in field opposite entrance to the Gilfach llangorse rope and riding centre on Glastir land.

Entry added by: Ceri Jones on Wed 31st October 18, 08:08pm Sighting location: Glasfynydd Forest - Mynydd Wysg. Sighting date: 31/10/18
Shortly after sunrise this morning a Willow Tit calling at edge of forest track about 300m south east of Pont ar Wysg car park. An hour or so later a Willow Tit calling from the enclosure across the road from the car park (same location as on 17th October).

Entry added by: Brecs Orn Record Commmittee on Tue 30th October 18, 09:44am Sighting location: Breconshire. Sighting date: 30/10/18
Ref. 2017 Breconshire Bird Report - please see Home Page.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 28th October 18, 06:39pm Sighting location: Pennorth. Sighting date: 28/10/18
Over a 10 minute period around 8am this morning, I noted 2100 Woodpigeons flying south high over Llangasty, Chaffinches moving west, Skylarks moving east, and a few redwings flying north! All appeared to be over by 09.15 when I looked again.