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Unfortunately it looks like the Shrike may have been predated. Very sad!

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birders have been specifically asked not to feed the shrike anymore, it comes close enough without feeding it anyway!

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It perched on Mark Eaton's finger yesterday, hoping for a mealworm. Might take you up on it Ian, have a heavy week this week with RBBP at Old Moor today, Bickershaw Rucks walkover tomorrow and GMEU biodiversity conference on Thursday - can I ring you Thurs evg if car not full? Get mealworms in!

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Hi Ian

My wife and I have just had a weekend in Lincolnshire - the Shrike is extremely tame - it was sat on me camera lens at one point - there`s also a Glaucous Gull at Donna Nook, in the seal colony in front of the Wardens hut with lots of Snow Bunting and Twite, 10 minutes away from the Shrike - hope they`re still there for you...

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Les


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........For the Steppe Grey Shrike, Lincolnshire, on Friday 28th Nov.

Please PM or phone 07887706847

Cheers.

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