Shrike Links

Loggerhead Shrikes have been listed as an Endangered Species in Eastern Canada, and a Threatened species in Western Canada.  As a result, much attention has been given to Loggerhead Shrikes in this country, as well as in the United States, where several sub-species are experiencing similar troubles.  We have attached a collection of Loggerhead Shrike links for you to explore, with the hope of better understanding the ongoing efforts of people around North America working with Loggerhead Shrikes.
 Environment Canada - Species at Risk web-site with information on the Loggerhead Shrike including: description, biology, population & distribution, habitat, threats, protection, and detail on the Loggerhead Shrike recovery effort in Canada.


Ontario Birds at Risk Program (OBAR) with a description of the status of Loggerhead Shrikes in eastern Canada, and the efforts being put forth to protect and conserve them.


Fast-facts of the Loggerhead Shrike in Ontario. Please note: if you follow this link, you will have to search the Royal Ontario Museum's website for "Loggerhead Shrike" to access the appropriate page. 


Status of the Loggerhead Shrike in Nova Scotia, both historically and present day.


American Bird Conservancy webpage: lots of information concerning wild birds and their habitats. Special emphasis on the San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike


Status, description, habits, reproduction, food, limiting factors, and a management outlook of the Loggerhead Shrike in Alberta.


Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources site on the Loggerhead Shrike in PA.  Description includes life-history biology, as well as a description of the management programs in place to protect this species.


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources with information on breeding biology, distribution, current status, and a general history of the Shrike in Wisconsin.

A brief description, as well as some associated data collected on the Loggerhead Shrike during a project in 1988-89 in south-eastern Washington State.

The Eastern Loggerhead Shrike Recovery Team website: all about shrikes, recovery actions and recent events and publications.


If you know of any other informative sites on Loggerhead Shrikes, then please forward them onto our Webmaster.  Thanks!

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