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Farmers Rally to Scare Off Starlings .
Transcript of Farmers Rally to Scare Off Starlings .
The common starling, also known as the European starling or in the British Isles just the starling, is a medium-sized passerine bird in the starling family Sturnidae.
Scientific name: Sturnus vulgaris
Farmers Rally to Scare Off Starlings
By : Rickyra D, Kenaz J & Jada B.
Where are starlings from?
Stralings were First brought to North America by Shakespeare enthusiasts in the nineteenth century, European Starlings are now among the continent’s most numerous songbirds. they can be found where ever it is warm The birds were intentionally released by a group who wanted America to have all the birds that Shakespeare ever mentioned.
Pictures Of Starlings
Reasons for success
good evening class today we will be educating you a little about europeing starlings.
How do they effect other
species and the ecosystem
Because they are aggressive and their population keeps growing, they are outcompeting native birds in North America that also use cavities as nest sites. This has resulted in population declines for some wren, swallow, and bluebird populations.But people also complain about strarlings getting in the trash. And settling in numbers onto lawns.Far from being considered beautiful, delicious or beneficial, European Starlings in the United States are normally decried as loud, obnoxious, destructive birds, who steal grain, ravage crops and crowd out native bird species.
It is estimated that roughly one third of the world population of European Starlings are in the continental US.