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Loggerhead Shrike

Lanius ludovicianus

Habitat:

Inhabit open country with short vegetation and well-spaced shrubs or low trees, particularly those with spines or thorns. They frequent agricultural fields, pastures, old orchards, riparian areas, desert scrublands, savannas, prairies, golf courses, and cemeteries. Loggerhead Shrikes are often seen along mowed roadsides with access to fence lines and utility poles

Notes:

One of my favorite local birds. Caught a dragonfly while I was taking pictures and ate it (no impalement this time).

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LivanEscudero
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LivanEscudero

Florida, United States

Spotted on Dec 26, 2020
Submitted on Dec 31, 2020

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