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  • Vineyard Using Falcons to Protect Grapes - msn.com

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    At the Rams Gate Vineyard in Northern California falcons are used to protect grapes from European starlings. According to vineyard manager Ned Hill, the falcons save ...

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    At the Rams Gate Vineyard in Northern California falcons are used to protect grapes from European starlings. According to vineyard manager Ned Hill, the falcons save ...

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    Search Results for 'britain s big wildlife ... Grassland Animals. 2 / 4 Chris Packham burrows into the grassland to observe the eating habits of starlings.

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    Search Results for 'the animal s guide to ... wildlife presenter Chris Packham gets up close and personal with some starlings in Animal's Guide to Britain ...

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  • Starling - Wikipedia

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    Starlings are small to medium-sized passerine birds in the family Sturnidae. The name "Sturnidae" comes from the Latin word for starling, sturnus. Many ...

  • Common starling - Wikipedia

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    The common starling (Sturnus vulgaris), also known as the European starling, or in the British Isles just the starling, is a medium-sized passerine bird in the ...

  • The RSPB: Starling

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    Starlings are noisy characters that from a distance look black, but close up you can see they have green and purple glossy feathers, covered in white and buff spots.

  • European Starling, Identification, All About Birds ...

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    Learn how to identify European Starling, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos. First brought to North America by Shakespeare enthusiasts ...

  • Starlings - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department ...

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    Displays. Since starlings are widely distributed and abundant in populated areas, they make great subjects for bird-watchers interested in wildlife behavior.

  • Common starling | New Zealand Birds Online

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    Starlings from Europe were introduced for insect control to North America, South Africa, Australia , and New Zealand. They have iridescent purple and green feathers ...

  • European Starling | Audubon Field Guide

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    European Starling. Sturnus vulgaris . Often regarded as a pest, the ... Starlings sometimes lay eggs in each other's nests. Young: Both parents feed nestlings.

  • All About Starlings - Sialis Home

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    Adult starlings are about the size of a chunky Robin. They have glossy black plumage with an irridescent green/purple sheen, a SHORT, squared tail (vs. the long tail ...

  • The RSPB: Starling: Flocks

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    A murmuration of starlings is an amazing sight ... Despite the incredible size of the flocks, starling numbers are just a fraction of what they used to be.

  • British Garden Birds - Starling

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    Description. The Starling has the reputation for being one of the noisiest and most gregarious garden birds. The Starling's plumage is mainly blackish with ...

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