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  • THERE were the starlings: aerobatic teams with mesmerising group displays.

  • As dusk approached, large groups of starlings flew in low over the fields against the wind, rising only briefly to clear the hedge tops and trees.

  • Starlings fly according to some strict rules, and decide which way to turn in a fraction of a second, based on the seven starlings that are physically closest to them in the flock.

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  • In other experiments, starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) were fed normal mealworms, two segments of which had been painted orange.

  • Starlings, which were introduced from Europe by Shakespeare-lovers because they are mentioned in “Henry IV, Part 1”, proved much too successful.

  • Notable among more than 400 species of birds in the area are flamingos, silvery-cheeked hornbills, superb starlings, and bronze and tacazze sunbirds.

  • The aggressive and abundant starlings occupy cavities before other species have returned from wintering grounds and successfully defend the holes against native species.

  • The ground was solid and unyielding in the deeply crusted frost, yet still bore not-quite-random marks of exploration where the evening flock of starlings had probed the soil for food some days before.

  • Driving through Oklahoma’s countryside, you see starlings and cows and nodding donkeys—also known as pumpjacks—and hundreds of disposal wells, of which there are around thirty-two hundred in the state.

  • America has lots of starlings today because in the 1890s the American Acclimatisation Society tried to introduce every bird mentioned by Shakespeare (starlings appear in Henry IV, part I).

  • Looking at a variety of animals, such as ravens, crows, bees and starlings, Chris explores how different animals can use tools, solve complex puzzles, recognise themselves in mirrors and even reason like humans.

Starlings sentence examples

  • …miles) per hour; starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) at 69 to 78 kilometres (43 to 49 miles) per hour; skylarks (Alauda arvensis) at 35 to 45 kilometres (22 to 28 miles) per hour; and pintails (Anas acuta) at 50 to 82 kilometres (31 to 51 miles) per hour.

  • The starlings roosted in what remained of the concert hall, and it was the sounds of these birds gathered in their night roost, which Chris and Thor wanted to capture - from dusk until dawn, when the birds departed once again on their feeding trips.

  • Data from the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch and Big Schools Birdwatch over the years has shown that some of the garden birds that are most likely to visit your garden include starlings, house sparrows, blackbirds, blue and great tits, robins, greenfinches and collared doves.

  • (Starlings are an invasive species; in 1890, a Shakespeare enthusiast released sixty starlings into Central Park, as part of a whimsical mission to introduce to North America every bird ever mentioned in Shakespeare’s works; today we have two hundred million.)

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