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This 16–18 cm (approx. 6.3–7.1 inches) long migratory bird eats large insects, small birds, frogs, rodents and lizards. Like other shrikes it hunts from prominent perches, and impales corpses on thorns or barbed wire as a "larder." This practice has earned it the nickname of "butcher bird
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Nice series !
Yes, this site is really useful to know these things so when wildlife other countries
one of my favorite things about this site is the backgrounds in photos and seeing far off countries though the eyes of the wildlife (and photographers)
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Great spotting, Ali! It's a red-backed shrike.
Spotted on Apr 26, 2013
Submitted on Apr 26, 2013
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