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Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Fri 11th April 08, 08:23pm Sighting location: Brecon Canal Basin. Sighting date: 10.4.08
1 Willow Warbler, 1 Kingfisher, 2 LT Tit, 2 Goldfinch and 81 Mallard

Entry added by: Andrew King on Fri 11th April 08, 06:52pm Sighting location: Ashford, Talybont. Sighting date: 11th April 2008
A count at the Heronry reveals 34 a.o.nests, with good numbers of young heard. After a dip in 2007 after felling of the former heronry wood in Feb 2007, numbers are pretty much restored. Continues to be the biggest recorded heronry in Wales.

Entry added by: Bryan Jones on Thu 10th April 08, 07:34pm Sighting location: SN94. Sighting date: 10/04/2008
Out on Kite and Dipper watchtoday and had 15 Swallows in one farm, 7 singing Chiffchaff in various areas, and 1 Willow warbler.

Entry added by: Andy Davis on Thu 10th April 08, 09:37am Sighting location: Usk Res. Sighting date: 10th April 2008 09z
10+ House Martins feeding with Swallows & Sand Martins .

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Wed 9th April 08, 08:15pm Sighting location: TTV - Brecon Prom - Fenni-fach. Sighting date: 9.4.08
Migrants - 7 singing Chiffchaff, 1 Willow Warbler, 13 Sand Martin, 1 Swallow. Other highlights - 1 Kingfisher, 5 Grey Wag (1f + 2P), 3 Goldcrest, 2m Bullfinch and 1 Cormorant. Also a Peacock butterfly.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 9th April 08, 02:55pm Sighting location: Brechfa Pool. Sighting date: 9 April 2008
A Yellow-legged Gull with a Lesser Black-back flew in from South at 2.10, stood for ten minutes among Black-headed Gulls, c.120, and left northwards. Also 5 pairs Mallard, 11 Coots, 2 Moorhens and a Curlew pair.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 9th April 08, 12:48pm Sighting location: Pennorth. Sighting date: 9 April 2008
15 Fieldfares on edge of Pennorth, a Swallow on wires. In bare field at Pennorth turn from main road, 6 Buzzards, 4 Herons, 10 Skylarks, 2 Stock Doves, presumably feeding on whatever had been in two white plastic buckets.

Entry added by: Keith Noble on Wed 9th April 08, 12:43pm Sighting location: Llangasty. Sighting date: 9 April 2008
A pair of Scaup, one Black-tailed Godwit, 3 Redshanks, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, 1 Dunlin, 2 Snipe, 10 Lapwings, 2 White Wagtails; rough count of 700 Sand Martins (but all gone by 12.00).

Entry added by: Steve Jones on Tue 8th April 08, 07:50pm Sighting location: Llanwrthwl SN9763. Sighting date: 8th April 2008
6+ House Martins with a few Swallows over the village.Sparrowhawk (f) in the garden left hungry. Female Kestrel, Reed Bunting and a male Yellowhammer at Penrhos - the latter at a new location for this species.

Entry added by: Andrew Dixon on Tue 8th April 08, 01:59pm Sighting location: Afon Llynfi nr. Bronllys. Sighting date: 5th April 2008
Common Sandpiper, many Chiffchaffs, several Swallows and Sand Martins. Marsh Tit.