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Entry added by: Mark Hancock on Fri 25th September 20, 04:41pm Sighting location: Cefn Esgair-carnau. Sighting date: 25/09/20
Ringtail Hen Harrier quartering the moor at 4pm.

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Thu 24th September 20, 09:17pm Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 23/09/20
1 Grey Plover, recorded calling during rain shower 4.00 A.M over Bronllys

Entry added by: Mark Spirito on Mon 21st September 20, 09:11pm Sighting location: Bronllys. Sighting date: 21/09/20
Good numbers of Meadow Pipit passing through Bronllys today, also 3 Stonechat in an area I have not seen them before, Recent Nocmigging (sound recording at night )highlights have been nocturnal Moorhen passing over, skylark, 1 Golden Plover, Heron, Canada geese, and Lesser Black Backed Gulls, very vocal Tawny Owls, with a surprising range of calls, there have been quite a number of calls unidentified, with most activity coming in the early hours before dawn, I have also recorded fox , deer, hedgehog, and the local Cats...one with a bell round its neck, which seems to like my garden

Entry added by: Peter Seaman on Mon 21st September 20, 03:36pm Sighting location: Llangorse lake. Sighting date: 21/09/20
A hot afternoon amble on the meadows between Llangasty and Ty Mawr revealed one Tawny Owl, one Common Snipe and one Hobby.

Entry added by: Steve Wilce on Mon 21st September 20, 02:28pm Sighting location: As above. Sighting date: 21/09/20
Synopsis of the last few days around the area. Very little on Mynydd Illtud, just a rew flocks of Mipit and Linnet. Battle Hill, one lingering Northern Wheatear at the rocks, in the forestry one Willow Tit calling and showing briefly. Aberysgir trig point, also one Northern Wheatear and two Red Kites bathing in the small pool below. On the Usk two Dippers, Kingfisher and a few Grey Wags.The trout season finishes today so hopefully a bit quieter for wildlife from now on. At the 'Lake' a single Common Snipe flushed from the mud at the side of the car park, a Kingfisher persists from the car park railings across to the landing in front of the hide.Three Hobbies, one adult and two juv's still hunting dragonflies.The forecasted north wind will probably see the end of them this week. A single Reed Warbler in the reeds and willows at the car park today. Disappointingly yesterday I again witnessed two canoes full of people thrashing about around the east shore adjacent to the car park (You know the so called 'Nature Reserve') with one individual actually wading around the shallows shouting and waving its arms - perhaps in some sort of mating ritual, I'm not qualified to say really!

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 20th September 20, 09:43pm Sighting location: Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 20/09/20
Mostly just the usual species today on WeBS count. Of most interest were 47 Cormorant, just 58 Canada Geese, 16 Wigeon which arrived high from the north at 07.15am as I started, 1 GW Egret, 3 Teal, 7 Gadwall, 189 Mallard, 49 Moorhen and 215 Coot. Also saw 130 Linnets at Cathedine, 120 Goldfinches (one taken by male Sparrowhawk) and 8 Stonechats scattered about the Llangasty meadows. Hobby hawking Dragonflies from Ty Mawr Wood.

Entry added by: Shelley Evans on Sun 20th September 20, 02:49pm Sighting location: Glasbury Fford Fawr. Sighting date: 20/09/20
Webs Count today (despite 20+ canoes several with screaming occupants): 8 Cormorant, 2 Goosander, 2 Great White Egret, 8 Grey Heron, 1 Kingfisher, 6 Little Egret, 71 Mallard, 1 Moorhen, 4 Mute Swan and 10 Teal. Only one Swan and 11 Mallard actually braving the river with 2 (possibly deaf) Goosander pretending to be rocks on the bank. The remainder keeping away from the canoe hubbub were on the oxbow and other pools. The middle field had been freshly sown with wheat attracting a large throng of 55 LBB and 45 BH Gulls, 80 Crows, 25 Jackdaw, 6 Rooks, 12 Pied Wagtail plus 1 Wheatear.

Entry added by: Gareth Rees on Sat 19th September 20, 06:48pm Sighting location: Sennybridge. Sighting date: 19/09/20
There have been at least 36 House Martins over the village/river Usk for the last 20 minutes or so. Earlier today there was a female/imm Ring Ouzel on Rowan berries in the upper Senni valley.

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Fri 18th September 20, 04:31pm Sighting location: Y Byddwn. Sighting date: 18/09/20
Forgot to mention the stoat

Entry added by: Alan Salter on Fri 18th September 20, 03:35pm Sighting location: Y Byddwn, Groesffordd. Sighting date: 18/09/20
Good morning on and around the reserve today starting at 6am with 3 hares and a fox then a female kestrel followed by a hobby, about 100 linnets, 56 stock doves and 3 chiffchaffs.