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  1. Majar   Visho 03.02.2020
    Starling, any of a number of birds composing most of the family Sturnidae (order Passeriformes), especially Sturnus vulgaris, a cm (8-inch) chunky iridescent black bird with a long sharp bill. It was introduced from Europe and Asia to most parts of the world (South America excepted).
  2. Ararr   Taubar 02.02.2020
    European starlings are widespread across North America. They eat a wide variety of foods and are willing to use a wide variety of places to nest and roost. This flexible nature helps them thrive in cities and suburbs as well as on farms. They are one of only a few birds who live in otherwise barren industrial urban wastelands.
  3. Mushura   Tern 01.02.2020
    Starlings are chunky and blackbird-sized, but with short tails and long, slender beaks. In flight their wings are short and pointed, making them look rather like small, four-pointed stars (and giving them their name).
  4. Karamar   Nagore 08.02.2020
    The European Starling, also known as the Common Starling, is a small bird native to Eurasia, but introduced in South Africa, North America, Australia and New Zealand. Prior to there were two attempts to introduce the starling in North America, in the northeast and on the West Coast. Both of these initial attempts failed.
  5. Mozuru   Grolmaran 01.02.2020
    Nov 13,  · Often regarded as a pest, the Starling wins our grudging admiration for its adaptability, toughness, and seeming intelligence. Brought to North America in , it has spread to occupy most of the continent, and is now abundant in many areas. Sociable at most seasons, Starlings may gather in immense flocks in fall and winter.
  6. Gazil   Net 02.02.2020
    Aug 09,  · Watching a murmuration of starlings in mid-air is to experience firsthand the power and mystery of the natural world. georgeclerk/Getty Images Individually, a European starling is little more than a common blackbird.
  7. Malagami   Moogugore 06.02.2020
    Mar 09,  · For birders, it’s European Starlings. It might seem weird to hate a bird species. In fact, most beginning birders struggle with having anything but positive feelings toward the birds they find—everything feels like love at first.
  8. Arara   Tojasar 06.02.2020
    Starlings are an agricultural pestilence that eat and damage crops. Starlings are such a threat to airplanes that they are sometimes called “flying bullets.” Starlings can cause costly problems for cattle and swine producers as flocks eat high-protein supplements that are added to livestock feed and spread viruses between livestock facilities.
  9. Yogis   Akinokree 01.02.2020
    Common Starlings are most often seen searching for seeds and insects on lawns and in paddocks. Other food includes spiders, worms, human scraps and fruit crops. Birds feed mainly on the ground and often in vast flocks.

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