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Magpie Shrike

Urolestes melanoleucus

Magpie shrikes use several hunting techniques to capture their prey of insects and reptiles. Mainly hunting from the ground, this species will flush its prey into the open to catch, or it will perch and dive on prey much like a hawk would.


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Least Concern

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