Lanius excubitor

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a common European butcherbird

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The influence of winter can also be observed with the great grey shrike in Poland, for which the percentage of Micromys in its diet varies from 1.
However, after skinning all measurements of the great grey shrike decreased by 2-5% (Kuczynski et al.
Elsewhere, the Great Grey Shrike was seen again at World's End, Flintshire.
The great grey shrike is the latest in a growing list of rare birds to visit Clocaenog.
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.
Another Shorelark was at RSPB South Stack, a Yellow-browed Warbler was at Porth Meudwy, Great Grey Shrike at Fenn's Moss and a Firecrest at Llanrhos.
Nine Slavonian grebes were off Llanfairfechan, a spoonbill at Connah's Quay, great grey shrike in the Clocaenog Forest at Bryn y Gors Coch and two yellow-legged gulls were at Gresford Flash.
A juvenile rose-coloured starling was a great find on a Nefyn birdtable, while a great grey shrike has returned to winter in the Clocaenog Forest.
A Great Grey Shrike is remains near the Sportsman's Arms, high on the Denbigh Moors.
A Great Grey Shrike remains east of Llyn Brenig and another was found in Coed Penllyn, east of Bala Lake; how many others winter in forest clearings and are never found by birders?
A couple of snow buntings are still on Kinmel Bay beach, the twite with linnets on Llandudno's Bodafon Fields and a great grey shrike near Nilig.
A Great Grey Shrike is at World's End, from Offa's Dyke trail, where a Rough-legged Buzzard was reported last week; another Shrike is north of Llyn Brenig.
Long-staying birds include snow buntings at Kinmel Bay and Llandudno's West Shore, twite among linnets on Bodafon Fields and great grey shrike in Clocaenog.
Other sightings this week include Spotted Redshanks in Dulas Bay and Morfa Madryn, and a Great Grey Shrike near Llyn Brenig.
The great grey shrike was seen by most who ventured up to Craig Bron Banog in Clocaenog and the lone shorelark remained at Gronnant.