Is the bird Loggerhead Shrike native to Florida?

Question by Rockrulezz44: Is the bird Loggerhead Shrike native to Florida?
I have a project on making a bird feeder, but it has to be native to Florida. I picked the Loggerhead Shrike so I searched it up and it said it came year-round… but is it native? If it is, what colors is it attracted to? If it’s not a native bird of Florida, what are some other birds that are (besides Hummingbirds). Thanks!

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Answer by M2MM
“The Loggerhead Shrike (Lanius ludovicianus) is a passerine bird. It is the only member of the shrike family endemic to North America; the related Northern Shrike (L. excubitor) occurs north of its range but also in the Palearctic.”

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loggerhead_Shrike

In a nutshell, yes they are native to your area, in that they are native to North America.

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