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any of numerous Old World birds having a strong hooked bill that feed on smaller animals

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But Forestry Commission Wales conservation rangers spotted at least three great grey shrikes in the forest last month.
Great Grey Shrike Picture: Adrian Foster Meanwhile inland nomadic Great Grey Shrikes kept watch over a handful of regular wintering sites, including World's End, Flintshire, and the Alwen Reservoir, Conwy.
Great Grey Shrikes were at World's End, near Wrexham, and at Penllyn, high in the hills above Llyn Tegid.
Many winter birds remain, including Bonaparte's gull and glaucous gull on Anglesey, and great grey shrikes at World's End and Alwen Reservoir.
Great Grey Shrikes were at Glyndyfrdwy and Llyn Eigiau, and Twite at Connah's Quay and Llanfairfechan.
Great grey shrikes are at World's End and in the Clocaenog Forest, while hawfinches are still at Llanbedr-y-Cennin and Llanelltyd churchyards.
Great Grey Shrikes were at World's End and Llyn Brenig, while the hardy winter residents of Bardsey spotted Hen Harrier, Glaucous Gull and Short-eared Owl last week.
Two great grey shrikes are wintering in Clocaenog Forest, where crossbills are abundant.