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Home Sightings


michael bosley

Wednesday, 26 April 2017


Main Sighting: pied flycatchers
My first Pied Flycatchers (2 male, 1 female), Cuckoo, and Wood Warblers (2 singing) of the year

N J Davies

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Maindee Newport

Main Sighting: Kittiwake
Smart adult low over Rodney Parade ground at 1620hrs.

David Hathaway

Tuesday, 25 April 2017


Main Sighting: Wynchat
Wynchat,Wheatear,Reed Buntings lots Skylarks and Meadow Pipits. Cuckoo calling

Simon James Bedford

Tuesday, 25 April 2017


Main Sighting: Hobby
First Hobby sighting of the year on private ground to the SE of the county flying close and perched momentarily. First time ive seen one this side of May.Also two pairs of Shelduck inland and heard a cuckoo nr the same location.

Chris and Julie West and digger.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Blorenge tram track

Main Sighting: Cuckoo
Cuckoo, linnet, small warbler dark brown with eyestripe.

John Bennett

Monday, 24 April 2017


Main Sighting: Swifts
About 6 Swifts with the House Martin flock by the Bridge and a Common Sandpiper further down .

Mark Davies

Sunday, 23 April 2017

St Marys Vale and the Rholben

Main Sighting: yellowhammer
Yellowhammer singing its heart out was highlight this afternoon. Also seen were a couple of whinchats , a stonechat , several skylarks & meadow pipits ,lots of willow warblers & chiffchaffs , a garden warbler , a little owl and several swallows

Roger Price

Sunday, 23 April 2017

Peterstone Gout

Main Sighting: Bartailed Godwit
On the afternoon Tide: 14 Bartailed Godwits (4 in full summer plumage ),a Greenshank on the pool,33 Oystercatchers,80 Dunlin. A presumed Reed Warbler engaged in prolonged mimicry, attracted a song thrush which flew down and displaced the mimic from its perch on a bramle bush on the bank of the reen.

Andrew and Janet Cormack

Sunday, 23 April 2017


Main Sighting: Egret/Sandpipers
Several common sandpipers giving good views from the riverbank, and a more distant little egret. Male pied flycatcher in a riverside willow bush and lots of sand martins other highlights of a total of 35 species.

allan dowson

Sunday, 23 April 2017

goldcliff lagoons

Main Sighting: Spotted Redshank
3-Spotted Redshanks,two in full breeding plumage and the third getting there.Also 2-Ruff and several Lapwing chicks on 1st island and to right of 1st. hide Boat Lane quiet apart from several Sedge Warblers.