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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1067) (Comments - 723)
United States (California) Embarcadero, San Francisco CA Not a species I usually photograph but this was a unique setting.
Views: 89
Date: October 5, 2017
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: lou_dav  (See all photos - 1067) (Comments - 723)
Canada (British Columbia) Hope Airport, Hope BC Not a bird I photograph often, but this setting was too good to pass up.
Views: 547
Date: March 31, 2015
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Miniwheat  (See all photos - 19) (Comments - 1)
Canada (Québec) Étourneau sansonnet
Views: 742
Date: 2014
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: ajosborne  (See all photos - 91) (Comments - 5)
Australia (Victoria) The European Starling was an introduced species to Australia. This particular bird is known locally as the "Common Starling".
Views: 651
Date: November 30, 2013
Details: Unknown gender, Adult
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Rick Poulin  (See all photos - 58) (Comments - 118)
Canada (Ontario) Captured this flyby today in Ottawa.
Views: 698
Date: November 29, 2013
Details: Winter plumage, Adult
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: bkinach  (See all photos - 544) (Comments - 123)
Canada (Québec) L'Anse de Vaudreuil, QC. A Starling convention in Vaudreuil sur le lac.
Views: 683
Date: September 1, 2013
Details: Male, Female
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: bkinach  (See all photos - 544) (Comments - 123)
Canada (Québec) Parc du Canal Beauharnois, (Qué). While we were walking along the boardwalk, an invasion of Starlings came to roost in some near by trees.
Views: 901
Date: October 7, 2012
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3159) (Comments - 2651)
Canada (Québec) Feeding on peanuts. Pointe Claire
Views: 953
Date: September 13, 2011
Details: Winter plumage
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3159) (Comments - 2651)
Canada (Québec) Starlings and other birds love the peanut feeder. Pointe Claire
Views: 882
Date: September 13, 2011
Details: Winter plumage
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: bkinach  (See all photos - 544) (Comments - 123)
Canada (Québec) Parc Nature Ile Bizard, QC
Views: 1083
Date: July 16, 2011
Details: Juvenile
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Sue  (See all photos - 3159) (Comments - 2651)
Canada (Québec) Pointe Claire
Views: 1080
Date: December 2, 2010
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: bkinach  (See all photos - 544) (Comments - 123)
Canada (Québec) European Starling / Étourneau sansonnet ; Montreal, QC, (Galeries des Sources, D.D.O.) This Starling mom was very attentive to the young ones; we watched her continously bring worms to feed the chicks.
Views: 1137
Date: June 6, 2010
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: bkinach  (See all photos - 544) (Comments - 123)
Canada (Québec) European Starling / Étourneau sansonnet ; Mom, we're hungry ! Montreal, QC, (Galeries des Sources, D.D.O.)
Views: 1026
Date: June 6, 2010
Details: Immature
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: BobTour  (See all photos - 268) (Comments - 114)
Canada (Québec) Shot taken in my backyard, practising with my camera equipment.
Views: 1177
Date: March 1, 2010
Details: Unknown gender
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European Starling (33) (Sturnus vulgaris) User: Tom  (See all photos - 14) (Comments - 6)
Canada (Québec) Chris, I don't know under wich category the Turdus falls under, if this is the correct type of bird. I think it is called "grive" in French
Views: 2189
Date: 2009
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