Subject: Starlings
From: Jason Polak <>
Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2020 21:42:07 -0400
It's hard to imagine Starlings having trouble. When I lived in Melbourne
(2016-2018) there were places were I would see huge flocks like in Royal

Here in Canada the other day I saw about sixty around a university
campus. They are always there in all sorts of areas.

They seem incredibly well adapted. Of course in places like Canada or
Australia it would probably be good if the population decreased. For
example, the Purple Martin in Canada often suffers from the takeover of


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