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    European Starling / Sturnus vulgaris

    : to especially in towns and around farms but breeds in all habitats where there are suitable nesting cavities, with the exception of large tracts of unbroken forest.

    Miscellany: The hundreds of millions of European Starlings currently living in North America began with the introductions of just 80-100 birds in Central Park, NY in 1890 and 1891 by a group whose purpose was to introduce into North America all the birds mentioned in Shakespeare's writings.

    Last Updated: April 26th, 2022