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Home Sightings

Sightings

Ed Stevens

Friday, 05 January 2018

Sudbrook

Main Sighting: Jack snipe
This afternoon flushed 2 jack snipe from salt marsh at sudbrook, also 2 water rails on the old paper mill site
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Mike and Jackie Pointon

Friday, 05 January 2018

Newport Wetlands Goldcliff

Main Sighting: Kittiwake
High tide count this morning included: A Kittiwake briefly on Monk's lagoon Greenshank 3 Spotted Redshank 1 Wigeon ++ Teal + Shelduck + Pintail 2 Ringed Plover 20 Dunlin 300 Turnstone 3 Peregrine and Kestrel
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clive silver

Thursday, 04 January 2018

Aber-Bargoed

Main Sighting: Bullfinch
Sign of a hard winter Bullfinch's on sunflower feeders,see them every dayr
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Ed Stevens

Thursday, 04 January 2018

Sudbrook

Main Sighting: Kittiwake
At least 4 kittiwake today seen from sudbrook
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N J Davies

Thursday, 04 January 2018

Ystrad Mynych

Main Sighting: Red kite
1 flying alongside dual carriageway.
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Mal Jenkins

Thursday, 04 January 2018

Semtex Pond

Main Sighting: Mute Swan
3 Mute Swan, 12 Mallard, 7 Tufted Duck (6 males), 2 Cormorant, 20 Coot, 3 Herring Gull
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John Bennett

Wednesday, 03 January 2018

Black Rock

Main Sighting: Mediterranean gull
An adult winter plumage Mediterranean gull with the other gulls . Also lots of Wigeon and a few waders (Dunlin , Oystercatcher , Curlew ) .
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Nicholas Beswick

Monday, 01 January 2018

Hafod Farm, Brynmawr

Main Sighting: Hawfinch
2018 off to a great start with a brief visit by a corking male Hawfinch. A solitary Rook over, a very occasional visitor here. Total of 23 species around or over. Happy New Year!
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Mal Jenkins

Monday, 01 January 2018

Cwmtillery Lakes

Main Sighting: Treecreeper
85 Mallard, 2 male Tufted Duck, 2 Little Grebe, 1 Buzzard, 2 Moorhen, 10 Coot, 1 Green Woodpecker, 3 Magpie, 1 Treecreeper, 1 Dipper, 8 House Sparrow
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Andrew Strong Dan Webb

Monday, 01 January 2018

Red Barn Hide, Goldcliff

Main Sighting: Juvenile Marsh Harrier
A fox was eating remains of Canada Goose by lagoon to left of hide, with Juv Marsh Harrier overhead. When fox left carrying portion of Goose, the Marsh Harrier landed and began eating remains until scared off by Buzzard which took over. 400+ lapwing nearby.
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