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www.wild-bird-watching.com/Starlings.html

Starlings are an easy bird to watch and learn their nesting, mating, and other behavioral habits such as feeding and diet.. Why? They're Everywhere! Millions of these birds inhabit the North American Continent. Description. These birds measure 7 to 8 1/2 inches long and have a stocky build and short square-tipped tail.

starlingtalk.com/wildstarlingdiet.htm

The terrestrial feeding habits of the starling limit the variety of caterpillars eaten, but this restriction has permitted the bird to distinguish itself as a most effective enemy of that notorious pest, the cutworm. The European corn borer also has not been overlooked by the starling.

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/European_Starling/lifehistory

Starlings typically live around people, using mowed lawns, city streets, and agricultural fields for feeding; and trees, buildings, and other structures for nesting. Their main requirements are open, grassy areas in which to forage, a water source, and trees or buildings that contain suitable cavities or niches for nesting.

pestkill.org/birds/starlings

A re you tired of starlings on your property? Sick of having to clean up after them? Here is how to control these noisy birds. Due to their eating, nesting and living habits, starlings can be a nuisance in urban as well as in rural areas.

www.pestproducts.com/starlings.htm

Feeding, Nesting Habits of Starlings. Starlings eat fruits, grains, seeds, insects, locusts, ground beetles, grasshoppers, crickets, moths and butterflies. They also eat invertebrates, berries and garbage. These small birds feed in large flocks often with blackbirds and return to the same area to eat each day.

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www.rspb.org.uk/.../bird-a-z/starling/breeding-nesting-habits

Top 10 bird feeding tips this winter. ... Starling; Breeding and nesting habits; Breeding and nesting habits Starlings nest in holes and cavities, especially in trees, but often use holes in buildings, including occupied houses. Nesting habits They nest in loose colonies and do not establish and defend a proper territory - only the immediate ...

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www.maine.gov/.../living-with-wildlife/starlings.html

If starlings use feeders: Starlings are attracted to both seed and suet feeders, and their aggressive habits can deplete food supplies and keep smaller birds from approaching. You can discourage starlings by choosing the right bird feed and style of feeder, or by modifying an existing feeder.

www.sialis.org/starlingbio.htm

Starlings only molt once a year (after breeding) but the spots that show up in the winter wear off by the spring, making them look glossy black. In Starlings, the length of the intestinal tract actually varies depending on the season. It is shorter in the summertime (when birds are mainly eating protein-rich) insect foods and larger in ...