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What does LOSH stand for?
LOSH stands for Loggerhead Shrike (bird species Lanius ludovicianus)
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We have 3 other meanings of LOSH in our Acronym Attic
- Lietuvos Orientavimosi Sporto Federacija (Lithuanian: Lithuanian Orienteering Sport Federation)
- Lunar Orbit Staging Facility
- Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance
- Low in Saturated Fatty Acids (food products)
- Lower Olefins Sector Group
- Lady of the Sea General Hospital (Louisiana)
- Landelijk Overleg Sociaal-Geneeskundigen in Opleiding (Dutch: Rural Socio-Medical Consultation in Education; Netherlands)
- Labor Occupational Safety and Health (program; University of California, Los Angeles)
- Laboratorium for Organic Synthesis Hoornaert (Leuven, Belgium)
- Legion of Super Heroes (animated TV show)
- Leicestershire Occupational Safety and Health Association (UK)
- Local Shipping Advisory Representative
- Latino Occupational Safety and Health Initiative (Rutgers University; NJ)
- Litestep Open Source Installer (software)
- Labuan Offshore Securities Industry Act (Malaysia)
- Law of the Sea Information Circular (biannual publication; UN)
- Length of Stay in the Intensive Care Unit
- Low Observable Simulation
- Law Of the Sea Information System
- Legend of Success Joe (gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
LeBaron said loggerhead shrikes are in trouble all over the country.
Miles Becker and Peter Bednekoff, Eastern Michigan University, Department of Biology, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Declines in Loggerhead Shrike (Lanius ludovicianus) populations may be partly due to loss of foraging habitat.
According to Bill Glass, the ecologist for the prairie, "Illinois's Department of Natural Resources found a number of threatened species of birds there," including the upland sandpiper, the bobolink and the loggerhead shrike.
Early in the past century seven species were found nearly every spring near Urbana but more than 40 years later they were recorded at Charleston in less than half the 23 years: Olive-sided Flycatcher, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (5 years), Bewick's Wren (8 years and none after 1984), Winter Wren, Loggerhead Shrike, Black-throated Blue Warbler (3 years) and Pine Warbler.