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European Starlings: 5 Interesting Facts and Measures to Control Them

European Starling in winter plumage on a feeder

The sturdy black songbirds, amply found throughout the continent, were presented in North America for the first time. They belong to tyrant flycatcher family. The bold European starlings are adaptive to almost every kind of habitat. You will see them wandering around in the cities, parks, farms, fields, woods, and near your buildings, they are rarely seen in the deserts and dense forests.

People overlook all their amazing capabilities like sturdiness and malleability due to their abundance and aggressive and noisy behaviors causing a disturbance. Their wariness makes them successful as they are not easy to capture. Some unrelated blackbirds join them in their flocks, and European starlings often appear like them.

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