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The flock swirls like a tornado as the attacks continue, and the starlings desperately seek a suitable place to land.
Each winter, starlings gather in large flocks of up to 100,000 individuals across the United Kingdom.
A red-winged starling in South Africa has been seen pecking a small antelope called a klipspringer.There’s a new word for birds stealing animal hair: kleptotrichy|Jaime Chambers|October 4, 2021|Science News For Students
Researchers have seen an American crow harvest hair from a cow and a red-winged starling in Africa peck a small antelope called a klipspringer.Scientists have a new word for birds stealing animal hair|Jaime Chambers|August 12, 2021|Science News
One of the scientists’ tests was whether a wide pipe — called a baffle — around a pole would keep the predators from reaching a starling nest box at the top.Newfound technique allows some tree snakes to climb wide trees|Maria Temming|February 1, 2021|Science News For Students
I read that Michelle Pfeiffer turned down Clarice Starling in Silence, is that true?
Now people from all corners of the sports world are calling for Starling to lose his team ownership.
He wasn't returning from FBI target practice with Clarice Starling.
Jack caught a starling which was in the act of wriggling out of his coat pocket, and gave it a final twist.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands|R.M. Ballantyne
The starling, which has been taught to murmur Evelyn's name, to-day shrieked out, 'Eva!The Circular Study|Anna Katharine Green
Your envy of my corner is wasted upon one who heard you singing a moment since, like the melancholy starling, 'I can't get out!Alone|Marion Harland
The Wasp Fly—dubbed with brown bear or cow's hair, ribbed with yellow silk, and the wings of the inside of starling's wing.
The September Dun—dubbed with the down of a mouse, warped with ash coloured silk, wings feather of a starling.