[TN-Bird] Re: pif landbird population estimate for loggerhead shrike in tn

  • From: "Tommy Edwards" <Tommy.Edwards@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <terrywitt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<jeff.cowell@xxxxxxxxxxx>, <SStedman@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 17:50:57 -0500

Being in Maury County with TWRA for 12 years and logging over 1500 to 2000 =
miles per month driving, i can say with confidence that there are less =
than 10 breeding pairs of shrikes in this county.  You might say that loss =
of habitat is the answer, but a couple of my best locations to find them =
are low populated subdivisions.
Good Birding,

Tommy Edwards
Wildlife Manager, TWRA
Yanahli, Williamsport WMA
Mayfield-Gray Chapter
Columbia, TN

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