February 28 2010

Common Starling


Common Starling

02281007.jpgUnknown Unidentified Species identified by Starzz.  Thanks Starzz

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6 Responses to “Common Starling”

  1. Charles says:

    In a way it kinda looks like it might be related to a Crow

  2. Starzz says:

    That would be a European Starling.

  3. Databrokers says:

    Thanks Starzz, I looked it up and yeppers that’s the bird.

  4. Z from Chicago says:

    They’re songbirds and when they flock together in the trees at dusk they talk to each other until the sun goes down. Some people see them as pests, but I like them. They form lovely patterns when the flocks are flying.

  5. munford says:

    Z’s reply sounded like the grackles that are around here. They are loud and do form amazing patterns in the sky while flying, but ours are grackles-not these Euopean Starlings.

  6. Jojo says:

    we have those here a lot. though they are considered boring birds, they are very pretty in sunlight and sing nice. they are amazing at imitating sounds, even cell-phones.

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