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David Fix
66. by David Fix on July 04, 2011 at 04:30 pm

A peculiar and special romance attends "Birds Without Maps." A Brown Shrike that was discovered 22 Nov 2010 along the n. California coast remained until 18 May 2011. It was seen to eat caterpillars, very small mammals, and small birds. This Brown Shrike ultimately may have seen more North American people than any other member of its species.

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Citation: Personal Experience. I observe this occasionally, confident.

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David Fix added a note to Brown Shrike Notes 7/04/2011 at 4:30PM