Established in 2010, the Moorland Feeding Station is situated high in the north Gwent valleys 1039 feet above sea level.
It has a species list of 78 and is on the flight path of many migratory birds.
We have been lucky enough to be visited by both a Great Grey Shrike and Hooded Crow in the past, whilst the Red Kites come in to visit daily, amongst the mammals that have visited are Bank Vole, Wood Mouse, Rat and Weasel.
It's fair to say you never know what you are going to get and that includes the weather, it changes from minute to minute, a foggy start can soon turn to beautiful sunshine and then to snow, all adding to the days experience and some atmospheric images.
The Moorland Feeding Station was set up in the Autumn of 2010, since then 78 species have either visited or been observed at the site throughout the years.
They are in scientific order: Mute Swan; Canada Goose; Red Grouse; Pheasant; Cormorant; Grey Heron; Buzzard; Hen Harrier; Red Kite; Goshawk; Sparrowhawk; Kestrel; Merlin; Peregrine Falcon; Black Headed Gull; Herring Gull; Lesser Black Backed Gull; Feral Pigeon; Stock Dove; Wood Pigeon; Collared Dove; Cuckoo; Swift; Great Spotted Woodpecker; Green Woodpecker; Great Grey Shrike; Skylark; Swallow; House Martin; Pied Wagtail; Grey Wagtail; Tree Pipit; Meadow Pipit; Wren; Dunnock; Robin; Redstart; Stonechat; Whinchat; Wheatear; Blackbird; Fieldfare; Mistle Thrush; Song Thrush; Redwing; Whitethroat; Chiffchaff; Willow Warbler; Spotted Flycatcher; Pied Flycatcher; Goldcrest; Blackcap; Long Tailed Tit; Coal Tit; Blue Tit; Great Tit; Nuthatch; Treecreeper; Jay; Magpie; Jackdaw; Carrion Crow; Hooded Crow; Raven; Starling; House Sparrow; Chaffinch; Brambling; Goldfinch; Greenfinch; Siskin; Linnet; Lesser Redpoll; Hawfinch; Crossbill; Bullfinch; Yellowhammer and Reed Bunting.