Starlings Sturnus vulgaris: odd individuals visit the table, mostly in winter. Usually see as flocks in and around the grounds November through to early spring doing their screen saver formation flying at dusk. My notes also refer to seeing them feeding in the large grass field to the East of Trevina together with Redwings, Fieldfares and Mistle thrushes in January, (that’s looking through the landing window!). 6th February 2007, 10 am, ten starlings rooting around the edge of the grass by the alpine patio.
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