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Sightings

Marcus John

Caldicot

Thu 9th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Pied Flycatcher

Female Pied Flycatcher on footpath near Nedern floods. Pair of Garganey still present on floods.GOS-Member

Marcus John

Nedern Caldicot

Thu 9th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Garganey

Pair of Garganey present for third day

Hadyn Jones

Magor Marsh

Thu 9th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Sedge Warbler

Sedge Warbler

Bob Potter

Nedern Brook, Caldicot

Wed 8th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Great White Egret

Great White Egrets, 3 seen (0740), two flew away immediately, the third moved up the brook 200 metres where it continued to feed for a long time, dwarfing four Little Egrets nearby. Others: Lapwings, Redshanks, Gadwall (4), Tufted Duck (20), Shelduck, Coots. Buzzard; Blackcap singing. Water level draining steadily.

Marcus Alan John

Nedern Caldicot

Tue 7th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Garganey

Pair of Garganey on the Nedern floods in Caldicot

Mark Whitaker

Grosmont

Tue 7th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Curlew

Distinctive calls heard at 10.10 am from valley (Tresenny Brook) south of the village. First time since moving here 2 years ago but locals says the calls used to be far more frequent.

Mark Davies

River Usk , Abergavenny

Mon 6th Apr 2020

Main sighting: sand martins

20+ Sand Martins arrived today just up from Llanfoist bridge on my daily exercise walk . Also 1st Swallow of the year and 1st male Blackcap

Nicholas Beswick

Mynydd Llangatwg

Sun 5th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Buzzard

Brief view of a Buzzard flying over with a slow worm or small snake? in its talons, mobbed by our resident Crows. Rook over the moor, an infrequent visitor here. One Swallow flying very high into the stiff southerly wind.

Bernie Jones

Allt-yr-yn Newport

Sun 5th Apr 2020

Main sighting: House martins

3 house martins just arrived back to their usual patch- nearly 3 weeks earlier than last year – nice to see something different other than magpies, wood pigeons, house sparrows, and jackdaws!!

Allan Dowson

sliuce Farm

Sun 5th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Swallow

1-Swallow and 2m+f Wheatears.17h00-17h35

Kevin Wood

Llanelli hill cycle path from Brynmawr

Sun 5th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Willow Warbler

Heard Willow Warber then saw it, also heard several Chiffchaffs and saw 2 Redpolls.

Neville Davies

Bedwas

Sat 4th Apr 2020

Main sighting: Swallow

4 swallows over.

Next event

Dec
5
Sat
2020
7:30 pm CANCELLED: Saving Britain’s Curlews @ Goytre Village Hall
CANCELLED: Saving Britain’s Curlews @ Goytre Village Hall
Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
CANCELLED: Saving Britain’s Curlews @ Goytre Village Hall
The Eurasian curlew is an iconic bird of both farmland and moorland. Over the last two decades its numbers have plummeted, so in 2016, Mary Colwell walked 500 miles across Ireland and the UK to find out why. It set in train a nation-wide movement to save this beautiful wader.Share this:TwitterFacebook