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Home Sightings

Sightings

Kevin Dupé

Friday, 11 January 2019

Redhouse Hide, Newport Wetlands

Main Sighting: Hide will open on Saturday 12th January
We have completed the repairs to Redhouse Hide. It will be open at first light on Saturday morning, 12th January.
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John Lawton

Thursday, 10 January 2019

Goldcliff Point

Main Sighting: Black Redstart
The Black Redstart is still appearing very occasionally on fencing near Hill Farm. Also of note in this area was an over-wintering Chiffchaff( but in one photo this bird appears to have yellow feet so at the moment the ID is unconfirmed).
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John Frost

Thursday, 10 January 2019

Parc Seymour

Main Sighting: Ringnecked Parakeet
Single Parakeet top of Duckpool Lane and gardens above Market Road.
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Ray Duggan

Wednesday, 09 January 2019

Cwmcarn Scenic Drive

Main Sighting: Goosanders
On the pond 4 goosanders 1 male white with black head and 3 female grey with brown heads although one of these was showing a lot of white with the grey. Water very clear so you could see the birds swimming under the water which added to the interest.
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Mike and Jackie Pointon

Wednesday, 09 January 2019

Goldcliff Lagoons

Main Sighting: White fronted Goose
Nightlights of high-tide count this morning: White-fronted Goose 5 two adults and three juveniles Barnacle Goose 2 Avocet 15 Pintail 2 Merlin 1 Sparrowhawk 3
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Iain Crawford

Tuesday, 08 January 2019

The Bryn

Main Sighting: Kestrel
50 jackdaws 50+ goldfinch 4 greenfinch 10 fieldfare 2 collared dove 2 stock dove 1 little egret 2 little grebes. Female kestrel at the Hardwick.
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Verity Picken

Wednesday, 09 January 2019

Llanbadoc

Main Sighting: Hawfinch
A Hawfinch plus a flock of 8 Bullfinches and a Fox near Llanbadoc this morning.
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Chris and Julie West and digger.

Wednesday, 09 January 2019

Oxbow the Bryn

Main Sighting: Various
Over the last week Kestrel, red kite, buzzard, pair mallard,flock of 40 finches, 200 fieldfare, lone signet calling heading downstream,swan with 2 signets, 2 pairs swan, green sandpiper, common sandpiper, little egret,100 starling,50 wood pigeon,raven performing aerial acrobatics,moorhen and kingfisher.
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Paul Coombes

Wednesday, 09 January 2019

Maindee, Newport

Main Sighting: Ring Necked Parakeets
Heard and seen flying over near to the railway line near the shops in maindee approx 8:40am.
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Mark Davies

Tuesday, 08 January 2019

The Bryn

Main Sighting: Green Sandpiper
A Green Sandpiper and 4 Little Egret on the river plus a large flock of Fieldfare in the field
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