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Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 3rd May 08, 11:01am Sighting location: Trecastle. Sighting date: 3rd May 2008
2 hour TTV coverage of SN82U (West Trecastle/Roman Road area) resulted in 48 species recorded. Highlights were single displaying Lapwing, singing Water Rail, Green Woodpecker, flyover Dipper, 11 Redstart territories, 4 Tree Pipit territories, Whinchat, Whitethroat, Grasshopper Warbler, 7 singing Sedge Warbler, 11 singing Garden Warbler and a single Spotted Flycatcher

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Fri 2nd May 08, 06:39pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 2 May 2008
Seven Whimbrel (in Gallery, click picture to see the seventh), 2 Little Ringed Plovers (and 3 on mud edge near Sailing Club), 2 Redshanks, 3 Yellow Wagtails, drake Shoveler and Gadwall, Pinkfoot, 2 Barnacles and 4 Greylags. Male Pied Flycatcher by gate out of boardwalk wood.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Fri 2nd May 08, 06:35pm Sighting location: Brechfa Pool. Sighting date: 2 May 2008
One Yellow-legged Gull with Lesser Black-backed partner, as seen here before on 9 April (see Gallery). A Common Sandpiper, lots of noise and activity among the Black-headed Gulls, and a Moorhen on a nest about 8 feet up in a tree.

Entry added by: Steve Wilce on Fri 2nd May 08, 03:18pm Sighting location: Llanwrrtyd Wells. Sighting date: 02/05/08
Three Cuckoos 1 mile past Llanwrtyd Wells towards Llandovery. 300yds before the Level Crossing. On open ground, down the track, the other side of the railway bridge(towards the B+B).

Entry added by: Andrew Dally & John Lloyd on Thu 1st May 08, 07:55pm Sighting location: Garth Lake. Sighting date: 1st May 2008
The records below were from Garth Lake

Entry added by: Andrew Dally & John Lloyd on Thu 1st May 08, 07:50pm Sighting location: . Sighting date: 1st May 2008
A joint trip to count the heronry, 7 nests. Also seen 1 Coot and 1 Mute Swan nest with incubating birds. Possible/Probable breeding records for Mallard and Tufted Duck. Dont ask for an atlas code, just single males on sentinel duty with females and thus the nests not located. A pair of Little Grebe also present.

Entry added by: John Harper on Thu 1st May 08, 07:38pm Sighting location: TTV SO22G Cwm Banw & Grwyne Fechan. Sighting date: 1.5.2008
Valley farm and forestry.. 3 - 5 prs House Sparrow at each farm... Dunnocks, Wrens and Blue Tits so sparse... Carrion Crow, Mistle Thrush & Tree Creeper FF... New breeding evidence feature for L-t Tit are markedly bent tail feathers from the cramped nest.. It beats me how one is supposed to cover habitats in the valley and then climb 1000' to survey - all in two hours- !

Entry added by: Charles Allum on Thu 1st May 08, 09:44am Sighting location: Danyfan, Cwmgwdi, SO026262. Sighting date: 1May08
First House Martin (singleton) circling the house. Latest date, equalled in 1989, recorded in twenty years.

Entry added by: John Harper on Wed 30th April 08, 07:21pm Sighting location: Llangasty car park. Sighting date: 30.4.08
Cold with strongish westerly - white horses and spume streaks ! Approx 900 "hirundines" making slow headway against the wind: 500+ Sand Martins; 200+ Swallows; 200+ Swifts; but less than 10 House Martins seen. 2 Herons; pair Yellow Wagtails; 1 Redshank; 1 Little Ringed Plover; 2 Dunlins. The Pinkfoot has transformed into another Barnacle - larger and darker than t'other. Sparrowhawk by hide.

Entry added by: Charles Allum on Tue 29th April 08, 06:56pm Sighting location: Danyfan, Cwmgwdi, SO026261. Sighting date: 28Apr08
One Garden Warbler singing Danyfan paddock, another approximately 250m further NE. Heard before sundown.