seeking name to uploaded bird and length of time from egg to flight.


Has long tail with white streak, puffy belly, small nest made in small bush, male and female together raising and protecting young. two babies hatched. sings many songs. very common in central florida.

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Jul 04, 2016
Shrike NEW
by: Judy-Seattle

According to my bird book, this is a Loggerhead Shrike. It says it has become endangered in the Northeast and is uncommon elsewhere. But it shows that it is found in Florida. I don't know anything about its life cycle. Perhaps you can search that on the web.

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