who are these hungry little chubbies

by linda
(southern saskatchewan)


Short tail; long beak; never solo always in a group of at least a dozen; loves frozen apples; very shy



Comment:
They are starlings.
Susan

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Nov 27, 2012
Starlings....goody
by: Linda

We thought starlings but have only seen the summer ones around here....no one in town knew what thses fellows were....oh great.

Nov 27, 2012
Starlings
by: Judy-Seattle

Starlings are often considered a nuisance bird. They travel in large flocks and can clean out a bird feeder in no time.

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