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Roger Price

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Peterstone Gout

Main Sighting: Marsh Harrier
On the morning tide: 8.55 Marsh Harrier moving west. 1 sp Bartailed Godwit again, 1 Avocet again, 8 Ringed Plover, 22 Lapwing, approx. 100 Redshank, 18 Shelduck plus 5 large juveniles, 9 Shoveler, 2 Teal, 180 Mallard, 2 Heron, 3 Lgrt. A dozen Rook with Crow and Jackdaw on arrable. Juvenile Curlew going past have Whimbrel type bills.
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mark davies

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Abergavenny

Main Sighting: swift
One swift over Abergavenny this afternoon
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Chris Stone

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Sudbrook

Main Sighting: Comic terns
Whilst having breakfast this morning at approx 8.30am looking towards the Severn (although not actually seeing it) 5 Comic terns flew downstream following the shore, luckily high enough for me to see them above the trees, unfortunately before I could react and grab some nearby bins they were gone. Hope ok to post as not a member GOS.
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Lesley and Keith Gibbons

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

goldcliff lagoons

Main Sighting: 2 cranes
2 cranes seen from 2nd hide at 20:45, still there at 9pm when it became too dark to see. One with with blue rings on left leg and red blue on right leg and the other one didn't seem to have rings.
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Bob Wright

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Llandegfedd Reservoir, North bank

Main Sighting: Two little egrets
At about 6.30pm saw two little egrets preening at the waters edge amongst a flock of approximately one dozen cormorants. The main flock of cormorants were approximately 2-300 yards away and too distant to count but appeared numerous. Single red kite seen flying above the north bank meadows approximately one hour later.
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Bob Wright

Sunday, 12 August 2018

M4 Junction 29

Main Sighting: Two red kites
Travelling westbound on M4 at about 3.30pm saw two red kites soaring on the south side of the motorway.
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Simon James Bedford

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Llandegfedd North Shore

Main Sighting: Yellow Legged Gull
all credit to the llandegfedd Legend ( Craig ) for this one. Single adult this evening ( i looked briefly at it and thought herring ... Thank you ) , also we agreed on an adult White Wagtail. other than that usual LRPlover LBBGull HG GBBGUll ( inc juv ) Common Sandpiper Cormorant BHGull Canada Geese GCGRebe Pied Wagtail Swallow House Martin Sand Martin Buzzard Red Kite Mallard Single Tufted Duck Little Grebe and Carrion Crow.
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Blair Jones

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Goldcliff Lagoons

Main Sighting: Kestrel
Windy and very quiet at the lagoons. Nice to see that they have a bit more water in them. Female Kestrel near Redshank Hide. Small number of Female Teal Ducks on Lagoon 1 and some mallards. Not much else. Out on the mudflats were 20+ Oystercatchers, 100+ Shelduck. 1 Curlew and a Pied Wagtail on the wall. Lesser Black Backed Gulls were flying about in the wind and cruising across the lagoons. Large flock of Jackdaws seen towards the entrance road to the lagoons.
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Chris and Julie West and digger.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Oxbow the Bryn

Main Sighting: Hobby
10 sand martins,hobby chasing sm,rufous buzzard in wood,2 red kites,pair moorhen, above my house in Abergavenny pair of peregrines 2 days running catching young magpie(very distressed) and wood pigeon in flight.
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Allan Dowson

Monday, 13 August 2018

Blaensychan

Main Sighting: spotted flycatcher
1-Spotted Flycatcher,1m-Redstart and 1-Holly Blue butterfly.10h30-12h00
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