Lanius ludovicianus anthonyi
Breeding population is unknown. Due to lack of research on demographics of this subspecies, population trends are uncertain.
Loggerhead shrikes utilize ecotones, grasslands, and other open habitats with scattered shrubs and trees, suitable perches, bare ground, and low or sparse herbaceous cover as primary habitat and breeding territories.
The loggerhead shrike is an endemic subspecies of the California Northern Channel Islands. They are predatory songbirds with strong, hooked bills they use to kill and dismember prey, which include insects or small vertebrates, birds, and small reptiles.
An in-depth look at the status of the loggerhead shrike can be found in this pdf document (requires pdf reading software).