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Home Sightings

Sightings

tony jenkins

Monday, 23 October 2017

chepstow

Main Sighting: barn owl
pleasantly woken by screening owl at 0300hrs this morning
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allan dowson

Monday, 23 October 2017

goldcliff lagoons

Main Sighting: Little Stint
2-Little Stints from 3rd platform,also 3-Greenshanks,1-Spotted Redshank and a single Swallow.10h20-11h40
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Simon James Bedford

Monday, 23 October 2017

Ton Rd Llangybi me keepers house

Main Sighting: Brambling
3 Brambling feeding with Chaffinch in centre of Road
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Daniel Webb

Sunday, 22 October 2017

Goldcliff Lagoons

Main Sighting: Snow Bunting
Single snow bunting called and flew past third lagoon before going towards Pill, then flew over to first lagoon island where we could not relocate it. Great vis mig with 15,000 wood pigeons West, 120 chaffinch, 6 siskins, 1 brambling, redpolls, goldfinch, bullfinch, 50 mipits, 300+ starlings and grey wag over. Also of note 4 greenshank, 1 spotshank, 2 kestrels and peregrine
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Nicholas Beswick

Friday, 20 October 2017

Gilwern Hill

Main Sighting: Red Legged Partridge
Two Red-legged Partridges by the Pwll Du road, two Mistle Thrushes and three Meadow Pipits...also outstanding views of the Rock Thrush with about twenty admirers mid-morning in the same location as yesterday.
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allan dowson

Friday, 20 October 2017

Wentwood

Main Sighting: crossbill
15 or so Crossbills flew over near to main car park.11h00
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Simon James Bedford

Saturday, 21 October 2017

Goldcliff Lagoons

Main Sighting: Marsh Harrier
Marsh Harrier female quartering the seawall marshes Female Peregrine dive bombing huge flocks of Woodpigeon ( 1500) plus birds 1 Female kestrel hovering next to new platform 47 Redshank sheltering from wind 15 Mippit 5 Snipe 2 Raven 35 teal 4 Canada Geese Goldcrest 4 Greenshank 18 Shelduck 1 Great White Egret 12 Carrion Crow 41 Mallard 25 Dunlin 92 Lapwing
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Simon James Bedford

Saturday, 21 October 2017

Pwll DDu

Main Sighting: Rock Thrush
Rock Thrush ( Finally got up there and in sunshine . Also of note Male Kestrel 1 Male wheater Flock of around 25 Chaffinch 14 Maedow Pipit and weirdly a male Reed Bunting nr the Mast ( which is the quickest and most direct route to the Thrush if you dont want to walk around. Buzzard Red Kite
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Ruth Brown

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Gilwern Hill

Main Sighting: Rock Thrush
Showing well at SO 240 133, a 2 km walk from the road. Seen by several this afternoon.
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Grant Robinson

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Skirrd Fawr

Main Sighting: Redwing
20 Redwing. First seen this year.
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