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European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) Nature Journal with Photos European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) Cornell Lab of Ornithology Illustration, sound file, range, habitat, behavior, nesting, physical description. National Wildlife Federation Photo of European starling ... requirements. Animal Diversity Web Photo of European starling, geographic range, physical characteristics, food habits, reproduction, ...
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Photo of European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) Photo of European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) From: Ken Kostka, PMCA, Edinboro, PA Date: 2/23/00 This is a European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris). They are larger and more ... ordinances allow for discharge of firearms. PMCA sells a very effective starling nestbox trap. There is also a starling resistant entrance hole that will exclude the great majority (over 95 ...
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identifying wild babies
Try to tell the difference between... A wood duck and... ...a mallard. European starling: Note the yellow mouth lining.Starlings are non-native and compete with native cavity nesting ... inches in diameter or smaller to prevent starlings from using the house. Around 200 million European starlings have spread out across the U.S. since being introduced in New York City ...
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Are You A Starling?
You A Starling? Illinois Raptor Center Newsletter Archive The Difference Between Man and Beast Are You A Starling? Editor's note: In 1890, a Shakespearean zealot named Eugene Scheifflin turned 60 European Starlings ... to transplant all the birds mentioned in Sharkespeare to the New World. Are you a starling? Starlings. Just mention the name and people scowl. Those little black invaders from Europe are ...
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The Checklist of birds at the Pfeiffer Nature Center
ROBIN FAMILY MIMIDAE Mockingbirds and Thrashers GRAY CATBIRD BROWN THRASHER FAMILY STURNIDAE Starlings EUROPEAN STARLING FAMILY BOMBICILLIDAE Waxwings CEDAR WAXWING FAMILY PARULIDAE Wood Warblers BLUE-WINGED WARBLER NASHVILLE ...
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NMPIF Appendix A
Thrasher BETH Toxostoma bendirei Curve-billed Thrasher CBTH Toxostoma curvirostre Crissal Thrasher CRTH Toxostoma crissale European Starling EUST Sturnus vulgaris Sprague's Pipit SPPI Anthus spragueii American Pipit AMPI Anthus rubescens Cedar ...
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NMPIF Appendix C
American Robin 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 9 European Starling 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 9 Red-winged Blackbird 1 1 1 ...
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Other Invasive or Exotic Organisms @ Invasive.org
Rapana venosa (Valenciennes, 1846) Caenogastropoda Muricidae Sarasinula plebeia Sarasinula plebeia (P. Fischer, 1868) Systellommatophora Veronicellidae european starling Sturnus vulgaris Linnaeus, 1758 Passeriformes Sturnidae feral pig Sus scrofa Linnaeus Artiodactyla Suidae heath snail ...
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Bird List
Sedge Wren Marsh Wren Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Eastern Bluebird American Robin Gray Catbird Brown Thrasher European Starling Warbling Vireo Yellow Warbler Yellow-rumped (Myrtle) Warbler Palm Warbler Common Yellowthroat Northern Cardinal Indigo ...
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RIDOLFI Inc. - Commencement Bay Post-Restoration Monitoring Program, WA
Cooper's hawk cowbird double-crested cormorant downy woodpecker European starling fox sparrow gadwall glaucous gull glaucous-winged gull golden-crowned kinglet golden-crowned sparrow graylag ...
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