Wader passage at Llangorse Lake (3rd-4th) involved one Little Stint and a Greenshank. A Black Tern was at Llangorse Lake (21st) and two the next day. County rarities were a juvenile White-winged Black Tern at Llangorse Lake (28th), and a Turtle Dove in Brecon (also 28th). An Osprey flew over Crickhowell (23rd).
Single Dunlin and Ringed Plover were present (4th), and two Snipe (5th). Oilseed rape stubble at Pennorth attracted 1,000 Woodpigeons and 45 Stock Doves, with 100 House Martins (12th). The lake hedgerows held a juvenile Whitethroat and family of Spotted Flycatchers (8th), and the meadows hosted two migrant Whinchats (14th) that increased to nine (16th); 185 Mute Swan, 46 Moorhen and 43 Coot were good counts (21st), and wader passage resumed with three Green Sandpipers (22nd) and a Dunlin (27th).
Great Crested Grebe pairs at Talybont and Beacons Reservoirs accompanied three and two chicks respectively. Thirty-seven Stock Doves, 150 Linnets and five Yellowhammers were at Bronllys (4th), and 150 House Martins over Libanus (6th). On the 9th, five Oystercatchers, 11 Tufted Ducks and a Willow Tit were at Usk Reservoir. A Shelduck and three each of Little Egret and Yellow Wagtail were by the Wye at Ffordd Fawr (10th). In mid-month, 250 House Martins and a Hobby moved down the upper Wye at Llanwrthwl. On the 21st, six Green Sandpipers and two Common Sandpipers were at Talybont Reservoir, while two Greens were at Daudraeth Illtyd. On Garth Lake, two pairs of Little Grebe raised two young as a first brood, and four in a second. Six Yellow Wagtails were at Brechfa Pool (29th), and reports of Hobby came from three other sites.