Loggerhead Shrike In Gas Field

Jonah Field, Wyoming

Loggerhead shrikes are a declining North American species that likes open prairie and sagebrush habitat. In the sage, they like tall stands in unbroken habitat. A pair had established a nest in 6' tall Wyoming big sagebrush along a sandy wash. I asked Dr. Anna Chalfoun why they would choose this site. She hypothesizes that with large stands of sagebrush declining, these birds have fewer places to go, so they may choose a nest site in one of the highest density natural gas fields.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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