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Home Sightings

Sightings

Keith Jones

Thursday, 28 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
Sorry an error in the Goldcliff count, there were 154 Black Tailed Godwits!
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John Bennett

Friday, 29 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
4 Common sandpipers,4 Greenshank and a ruff on the river Usk just south of Usk around shingle islands yesterday evening.
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Steve Butler

Friday, 29 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
29/8/03 1 HOBBY 2 GREENSANDPIPER 2 GREENSHANK 3 COMMONSANDPIPER 2 YELLOW WAGTAIL 8 GREY WAGTAIL 1 SPARROWHAWK 1 GREEN AND 1 GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER 2 LITTLE GREBE 11 GOOSANDER 5 MOORHEN ALL SEEN AT THE GOBION ABOUT 12.30
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Hadyn Jones

Saturday, 30 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
30/8/03-Collister Pill-9.30 a.m.. 10 Northern Wheatears,10 Yellow Wagtails,2 Tree Pipits, 2 Grey Wagtails,1 Lesser Whitethroat,5 Little Egrets, 8 Wigeon, 37 Oystercatchers,1 Green Sandpiper,1 Snipe,up to 450 Curlew.
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Chris Jones

Saturday, 30 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
Goldcliff Lagoons - 30th Aug-03 - 4 Ruff, 2 Avocet, 9 Little Egret, 6 Greenshank, 4+ Tree Pipit, 300+ Black-tailed Godwit, 130 Knot, 300+ Dunlin and 100+ Ringed Plover.
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John O'Sullivan

Sunday, 31 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
At Ynys y fro on Friday two small falcons.One a female type Merlin (2nd record for me here)was stooped at by a 2nd bird not specifically identified.
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marc suller

Sunday, 31 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
Goldcliff 30/08 High tide : 2 hobbies, 2 ruff, 4 snipe, numerous greenshank, knot, black-tailed godwit. From sea wall : excellent view of curlew sandpiper, 2 yellow wagtails, 2 sandling.
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marc suller

Sunday, 31 August 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
sorry, make that sanderling. Never was good at speling
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mike bosley

Monday, 01 September 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
LR this AM: Single Greenshank, Ruff, Common Sandpiper, Little Egret, Wheatear. Also 4 Snow Geese - 1 blue phase. All unringed and with intact flight feathers, but presumably escapes.
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mick bailey

Monday, 01 September 2003

Gwent

Main Sighting:
31/8/03 Goldcliff Lagoons. Most stuff had flown off by time I got there about 11:30, but had 2 interesting sightings a couple of hours later (sorry to be so vague). Female or juv (very dark with cream forehead) Marsh Harrier flew along sea wall towards Uskmouth. Single Golden Plover flew round lagoons.
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