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The Turkestan shrike, (Lanius phoenicuroides), also known as the red-tailed shrike, is a medium-sized shrike that is very similar and closely-related to Isabelline Shrike, but the back is colder toned and the underparts are whitish. Males are striking with a rusty crown, bold white eyebrows, and a deep rusty tail. It is usually found in in semi-deserts, cultivated areas, parks and inland wetlands. It occurs in south Siberia and central Asia as well as central sub-saharan Africa.
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