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European Starling

Sturnus vulgaris

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5 Comments

FaredinAliyevski
FaredinAliyevski 7 years ago

Yes, I agree with all of you especially if you are from a country where they are invasive species, then they can be pretty annoying but in Europe they are important and the worst is that the European Starlings in Europe are in decline.

Glen Marks
Glen Marks 7 years ago

Nice series! I agree with KarenPuracan, as well as being aggressive, their very noisy and always make short work of the suet feeders.

KrantiAzad
KrantiAzad 7 years ago

nice !! in breeding plumage.... these are available in North India during winter season

FaredinAliyevski
FaredinAliyevski 7 years ago

They are one of the bird species that has the brightest colors in Europe and yes they can be really aggressive.

MrsPbio
MrsPbio 7 years ago

Too bad these buggers are so pretty! They are really bullies!!!!!

FaredinAliyevski
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FaredinAliyevski

Region Hovedstaden, Denmark

Spotted on Apr 20, 2013
Submitted on Apr 27, 2013

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