North Nevada bird???

by Shirley
(Reno, NV)


This was taken the first week of Aug'11. After some research, I still have no clue? Can anyone help?

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Aug 10, 2011
Not a loggerhead shrike
by: Susan

Here is a photo of a


loggerhead shrike.

Aug 10, 2011
Picture
by: Mary

I am so sorry, I cannot find the picture that I first saw. The black band on your picture looked just like the one I saw on the Logger head Strick.. The Logger Head may be the wrong bird, wasn't sure. I will still keep looking and if I find will forward.

Aug 10, 2011
Picture
by: Mary

I didn't take a picture but the adult bird I pulled up had the same coloring. The head on this bird has a look of a young one. I will try and find it again.....

Aug 08, 2011
Logger Head Strike???
by: Anonymous

Hi Mary... If you uploaded a picture, it did not come through. I would be interested as I Googled the bird, but the pictures I found were all of adults.

Thank you. Shirley

Aug 07, 2011
Nevada Bird
by: Mary

This looks like it might be a very young "Logger Head Shrike".....check out a picture of this one and see what you think.

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