Loggerhead Shrike (birds wild+animals ). Photo by SunsetFL

Loggerhead Shrike

Uploaded by: SunsetFL

Friday January 25, 2013

lakeworth, FL

Caption: I saw multiple viewings of Loggerhead Shrikes while at John Prince Park in Lakeworth Florida. Info about the Loggerhead Shrike: A small gray, black, and white bird of open areas, the Loggerhead Shrike hardly appears to be a predator. But it uses its hooked beak to kill insects, lizards, mice, and birds, and then impales them on thorns to hold them while it rips them apart. Info from http://www.allaboutbirds.org/labs/

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About SunsetFL

SunsetFL

People change and so do profiles. It was April 2004 that I started my photgraphy journey that started with posting pics of a family of owls. I didn't have a clue what depth of field, aperture, or manual mode were. But you folks and my husband encouraged me and we documented the owls until the last baby fledged and left home. Left with a huge hole in my time and a larger hole in my heart I started to photograph other birds, animals and of course sunrises and sunsets. Photography is absolutely my passion and birds in flight and nesting experiences are among my favorites.Create your own visitor map!

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