The elusive shrike strikes again
In all my life, I have observed just two shrikes. Both observations were memorable; I've written about them before. In both instances, the shrikes were being what they're known to be and doing what they're known to do; that is, being predators and displaying predatory behavior. The experiences were fascinating, to say the least.
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