Posted by: Simon Allen | April 27, 2017

Cwcw / Cuckoo

Calling at Rhogo this evening.

Also wheatear at Castle Bank in the gathering.

Posted by: PhilDavies | April 27, 2017

Golf Course

Swallow, Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff, Garden Warbler and Redstart all turned up approx 12 days earlier than recent years. Pair of Wheatear seen on our 16th hole on two seperate days…fingers crossed…been at least 5 years since bred. Male looked big. Northern species ? Good numbers of Linnet and Redpoll. We have a Sparrowhawk causing carnage around the course. Seen her regularly. Snipe on 13th pond. Lots of Pied Wagtails.

Posted by: Tony Ware | April 27, 2017

Birding Safari.

This weekend Saturday 29th, A Birdwatching Safari at Elan Valley, 9-30 am – 1-00 pm.

To book a place please call 01597 810880.

Posted by: Tony Ware | April 27, 2017

Swift & Crossbills.

A single Swift flew over Troedrhiwdraen farm this morning, and at least 7 juvenile Crossbills were present in Gwaelod-y-Rhos.

Posted by: kevjoynes | April 26, 2017

Dipper in Hailstorm!

Sometimes , I KNOW I’m mad! I waited 45 mins for this guy near Hundred House and he arrived in the midst of a hailstorm yesterday , which caught me with no hat or coat! However , I was going to get that pic willy nilly!!! Note the hailstone on his head.

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Posted by: kevjoynes | April 25, 2017

Elan Valley.

Yesterday, the lull before the storm! Peaceful after the melee…I know , we need the visitors! Curlew in evidence-just after I inform Susan that they always sing in flight, this one made me look silly by bursting into his bubbling song as he strolled nonchalantly round near Hirnant. A Whinchat obliged-still only 2 to be seen and a passage of Wheatears-a dozen or so. Finally , a Stoat by the old bridge leading to Elan village  ( featured briefly in Hinterland last week-bridge not Stoat!).

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Posted by: bazzpugh | April 24, 2017

Four singing birds.

Grasshopper Warbler LLyngwyn Lake Today.Willow warbler Llyngwyn Lake today.Wren Llyngwyn Lake today.Reed warbler lakeside Recently.Grasshopper warbler Llyngwyn Today.

Posted by: kevjoynes | April 23, 2017


Off we go! Again….Pied flies , Reds  and Robins-sadly , the latter have a propensity for attacking anything reddish and kept chasing the Redstart-BUT they had a go at the Pied Flies ,who soon saw them off .Thanks to Rob I then found the Wood Warb -up top . They are a wee bit later than the res as per..Later I saw one Stonechat and at undiclosed site… A Shorty. Heard a Curlew in the distance. No sign of Whins._DSC6091_filtered copy

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Posted by: Tony Ware | April 23, 2017

Bird Walk

A big thank you to everyone who turned up for today`s bird walk, a total of 30 + birds were recorded, a special thanks to Alan, Alex, Kris and Dominic, hope to see you all on Sunday 28th May.

Posted by: bazzpugh | April 22, 2017

The Girls have arrived (Pieds)


Very shy and retiring…. quite a distance away… but three sighted down at the boxes.



Reed Warbler Lakeside, two males attempting to out do each other song wise  for the favour of a single  female…very intereseting to watch.


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