Date: 11/22/20 6:17 am From: Jamie Meyers via CTBirds <ctbirds...> Subject: [CT Birds] Mansfield Northern Shrike yes
It took two hours to relocate, but the shrike continues. It was teed up in some tall trees on the east side of a corn field on the opposite side of the railroad tracks, near a yellow bucket in the field. It has been seen in this general area sporadically. This is on the south side of the farm.
The bird was in view for a few minutes and was being harassed by chickadees then flew off. It could be in any suitable location in this wide open area but has been seen more often than not near the bucket.
Jamie Meyers Canton
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