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Shrike? (2 Viewers)


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Sorry if this appears twice. I thought I posted it, but when I tried to sign in again, I was told that I wasn't a member, so I registered a second time and I'm posting this a second time:

I birdwatch using live feeder cams on YouTube, due to my disability. At one of the feeders is a bird with a big gray head and a pronounced black eyeline. The body is gray with some white and some black in the wings. This bird does not pay attention to the other birds. It just goes to get some seeds and then it leaves. The only bird species that comes to mind is shrike. But the bird is eating seeds and not bothering other birds. I've looked at a site that compares similar bird species and none of the ones that show up look like this bird except a shrike. Based on sight, I would have to say it's a loggerhead shrike, but it's not acting like one.

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