Sightings

Allan Dowson

Peterstone Gout

Thu 14th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Goosander

An unusual sighting were 6-Redhead Goosanders in the gout lagoon.Also a large flock of Fieldfares in the surrounding hedges,over 60 maybe nearer 100 birds.12h30-13h00

Allan Dowson

Peterstone Gout

Wed 13th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Goosander

6-female Goosanders,also a flock of Fieldfares 60 to 100 in numbers.12h30-13h15

Allan Dowson

goldcliff lagoons

Wed 13th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Goldeneye

An unusual sighting for goldcliff were 2-female Goldeneye from the snipe platform.Also,5-Snipe,1-Peregrine,1-Little Grebe and 42-Gadwall.10h00-12h00.

Nicholas Beswick

Hafod Farm, Brynmawr

Wed 13th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Hen Harrier

Male harrier hunting winter thrushes (unsuccessfully), disappeared on to Mynydd Llangatwg.

Nicholas Beswick

Abergavenny Castle Meadows

Mon 11th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Kingfisher

Kingfisher and Grey Wagtail by the pond

jon holmes

coed morgan

Mon 11th Nov 2019

Main sighting: male blackcap

Late male blackcap in garden this morning in crab apple tree. It might overwinter?

Nicholas Beswick

Waunavon Bog

Sun 10th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Stonechat

Late afternoon/dusk visit. Buzzard, 3 Red Grouse, pair Stonechats. No owls…

Daniel Webb

Goldcliff Lagoons

Sat 9th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Swallow

Afternoon visit highlights 2 barwit, 14 grey plover, c80 dunlin, 10 turnstone, c30 curlew, 10 redshank and 10 avocets on mudflats, 1 swallow, 3 stonechats, 40+ fieldfares, c10 redwings, 5 blackbirds, 1 grey ‘continental’ type song thrush, 2 goldcrests, 12 long tailed tits, 1 spotshank, c220 wigeon, 50 teal, 50+ gadwall, 60 shoveler, 16 mallard, adult male peregrine, kestrel, 20 meadow pipits, 26 lapwings on lagoons. 3 more swallows over Farmer’s Arms pub in village.

Kev Stait

Mathern Pill

Sat 9th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Short Eared Owl

Short Eared Owl flushed at 8am from the grass flood bank. Flew towards Sudbrook.

Mike andJackie Pointon

Goldcliff Lagoons

Fri 8th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Avocet

There were 5 Avocets and 3 Grey Plover on the mudflats. Most birds were on Priors Lagoon sheltering from the cold wind Gadwall 61 Wigeon 80 Shoveler 50 Teal 30 and a pile of Canada geese and four Greylags one having pink legs. Peregrine 1 Buzzard 2 Sparrowhawk 1 Kestrel 1 Skylark 6 Green Woodpecker 1. Despite the cold two Red Admirals!

Neville Davies

Goldcliff Lagoons

Thu 7th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Hybrid

Water levels still high, but of note was a Canada goose x barnacle goose looking at the markings on the head (see @ecology_cymru for the picture). Also seen was 1 buzzard, 4 ravens, 11 shelduck, 45 shoveler, 2 lt egrets, 249 Canada and 52 greylags, 1 cettis calling, 11 lapwing, 45 teal, wigeon numbers now at 61, excellent count of 53 gadwall, 2 common redshanks with 3 common snipe, 1 tufted duck, male marsh harrier hunting towards sunset. Mudflats: 38 curlew, 1 gt black-backed gull and 18 grey plovers. Other: group of stubble rosegill fungi by wooden kissing gate (opp redshank platform).

Peter O'Duffy

Mynydd Maen

Thu 7th Nov 2019

Main sighting: Hen Harrier

Male Hen Harrier this am , on Mynydd Maen

Next event

Feb
15
Sat
2020
7:30 pm Eagles in Wales: past, present a... @ Goytre Village Hall
Eagles in Wales: past, present a... @ Goytre Village Hall
Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Eagles in Wales: past, present and future? @ Goytre Village Hall
Rob Thomas will look at the history of Eagles in Wales, and the current research being carried out at Cardiff University to assess the feasibility of reintroducing Golden and White-tailed Eagles to Wales.Share this:TwitterFacebook

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