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Entry added by: Andy Davis on Sun 20th January 08, 10:02pm Sighting location: sn847278. Sighting date: 20/01/08
FAO: steven flaherty ..A very photogenic Kestrel frequents SN847278...hardly a time when he's not about there. Look on posts by road and around young trees recently planted in field on North side of road.

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sun 20th January 08, 10:00pm Sighting location: SO0929 Waunymynach Common, wood & fields. Sighting date: 20th January 2008
Best were 3 Woodcock flushed, 2 prs Bullfinch, 5 Yellowhammer, 15 House Sparrow, 13 Fieldfare and a pair of Reed Bunting (female with ring on left leg).

Entry added by: John Harper on Sun 20th January 08, 09:44pm Sighting location: Brechfa Pool, SO119378. Sighting date: 20.1.2008
2 Mute Swan, 5 Coot, and about 30 mature Lesser Black-backed Gulls very close by road; a couple with white heads. Only 1 imm. No duck showing.

Entry added by: John Harper on Sun 20th January 08, 09:38pm Sighting location: Banc y Celyn, S of Llanfair-ym-Mault. Sighting date: 20.1.2008
2 prs Mallard on fen above Pant y Llyn SO041465; 150 Fieldfare nearby at SO033458

Entry added by: steven flaherty on Sun 20th January 08, 05:39pm Sighting location: builth wells river wye groe park. Sighting date: 20th january 2008
cormorants x 3. 1 had a white front seen it also take a really big eel but lose it in the struggle. 3 x goosanders and many ducks as well trying to shelter from the high water

Entry added by: Mark Waldron on Sat 19th January 08, 09:41pm Sighting location: Llangasty, Llangorse Lake. Sighting date: 19.1.08 - 12.00
20 Cormorant including 4 'Sinensis'. 3 Pochard, 74 Wigeon, 14 Goldeneye, 11 Gadwall, 35 Teal, 6 Shoveler, 4 GC Grebe and 188 Canada's.

Entry added by: steven flaherty on Sat 19th January 08, 08:08pm Sighting location: --. Sighting date: --
wanted any sightings of Kestrels. For photographic portfolio. please can you post on the site including when and where. also sightings of owls..

Entry added by: steven flaherty on Sat 19th January 08, 07:41pm Sighting location: sighted in my garden in builth wells. Sighting date: 19th of jan 2008
40+ siskin 8 chaffinches 4 blackbirds. two coloured doves, robin. siskin seem to be on the increase daily. looked at the wye to high as it has birst its banks

Entry added by: Andrew King on Sat 19th January 08, 06:20pm Sighting location: Talybont Reservoir. Sighting date: 19th January 10.30am
High water means most duck hidden amongst the rushes - did have 25+ Mallard accompanied by drake Pintail ( probably the Brecon canal basin bird), 11 Goldeneye, 12 Tufteds, 1 Pochard, 11 LGrebe, 12 Coot.

Entry added by: Maria Goddard on Sat 19th January 08, 01:37pm Sighting location: Broad St, Hay-on-Wye. Sighting date: 19-01-08
Our bird feeders seem exceptionally busy tody! So far... starling, blackbird, siskins x4, robin, house sparrows and blue tits (some pictures in the gallery)