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Starlings, European

E-109 Ron J. Johnson Extension Wildlife Specialist Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska 68583-0819 James F. Glahn Research Wildlife Biologist Denver Wildlife Research Center USDA-APHIS-ADC Mississippi Research Station Mississippi State ...

Common Starling

Common Starlings feeding among stock in eastern Australia (photo by Tina Bentz). Figure 5. A fl ock of Common Starlings in fl ight (photo by Sabine Jensen / NatuVision.com).

Starlings It is hard to imagine now, but European starlings ...

Starlings It is hard to imagine now, but European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris, Fig. 1) were purposefully introduced from Europe into this country.

The European Starling

Starlings in North America now comprise about a third of the world's total population of starlings. In North America, Breeding Bird Survey data from 1968 to 1975 showed an average increase of 16 percent per year in starling numbers in western states.

EUROPEAN STARLINGS: A REVIEW OF AN INVASIVE SPECIES WITH FAR ...

378 EUROPEAN STARLINGS: A REVIEW OF AN INVASIVE SPECIES WITH FAR-REACHING IMPACTS G EORGE M. L INZ , U.S. Department of Agriculture, Wildlife Services, National Wildlife Research Center, Great Plains Field Station, Bismarck, North Dakota, USA H. J EFFREY H OMAN , U.S. Department of Agriculture ...

Starlings

Final Report of the New Jersey State Comparative Risk Project 177 The European starling is an exotic species introduced to North America in the late 1800s.

European Starlings

1 Figure 1. Adult European Starling. Wildlife Damage Management Series European Starlings USU Extension in cooperation with: CNR—Quinney Professorship for Wildlife Conflict Management Jack H. Berryman Institute Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Utah Department of Agriculture and Food USDA ...

Winter Population Trends of the Starling in California

Starlings have even been reported on recent (1968-71) counts on the Farallon Islands, nearly 20 miles off the central California coast. And off the coast of southern California, Starlings have been found on such islands as Santa Barbara, San Miguel (pers. comm., N tional Park Ser-vice, 1972) and San ...

European Starlings and Their Effect on Native Cavity-Nesting ...

1134 Conservation Biology, Pages 1134-1140 Volume 17, No. 4, August 2003 European Starlings and Their Effect on Native Cavity-Nesting Birds WALTER D. KOENIG Hastings Natural History Reservation, University of California, Berkeley, 38601 E. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley, CA 93924, U.S.A ...

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Starlings living in the Midwest and Great Lake regions will migrate southward in the winters (1, 3). III. Invasive in Similar Habitat Types 1. Upland Wetland Dune Prairie Aquatic Forest Grassland Bog Fen Swamp Marsh Lake Stream Other: X Starlings are mainly ...