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Flock of common starling in the evening - Stock Photo

Flock of common starling in the evening - Stock Photo

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Common starling

The common starling (Sturnus vulgaris), also known as the European starling photo: Pierre Selim

“The art of flying” is a short film by Jan van IJken about the flight patterns of the Common Starling

“The art of flying” is a short film by Jan van IJken about the flight patterns of the Common Starling

Common Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) flock, in roosting flight at dusk, blurred movement, Derbyshire, England, February Stock Photo

Common Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) flock, in roosting flight at dusk, blurred movement, Derbyshire, England, February Stock Photo

Where is my murmation? They should have arrived by now. (Starling (Sturnus Vulgaris) | Flickr - Photo Sharing).

Another Common Starling (Sturnus Vulgaris) -- they are not common! they are beautiful (in the right light, like this), and sassy, and goofy enough to fall over their own feet from time to time

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia.

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia. First introduced in New York's central Park in their offspring have multiplied to 200 million plus.

Bank Myna () :perched on the back of a Water Buffalo. Bank Mynas, Common Mynas and Black Drongos frequently perch on cattle. Taxonomic Notes :	Species endemic to the Indian Subcontinent (Bangladesh, India, Nepal & Pakistan

Bank Myna () :perched on the back of a Water Buffalo. Bank Mynas, Common Mynas and Black Drongos frequently perch on cattle. Taxonomic Notes : Species endemic to the Indian Subcontinent (Bangladesh, India, Nepal & Pakistan

Starlings

Max Lakavage, I'm all about the vibrant green on these starlings. It's smoothly contrasted with the light browns and white that speckle its back, and accented with a maroon/dark red. I especially like the shapes that the feathers make across its back.

Fake - Rainbow starling / Amaranthine - Real image on the bottom, common starling (Sturnus vulgaris)

Fake - Rainbow starling - Real image on the bottom? They have yellow beaks, not tri-colored rainbow wonder beaks. And these birds look mostly black in real life

Common Starling

Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird in the starling family Sturnidae. The Common Starling has about 12 subspecies breeding in open habitats across its native range in.

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