How did starling populations become so large? European Starlings were first introduced to the United States in 1890. Rumour has it that sixty to one hundred starlings were released in Central Park in hopes that all of the birds mentioned in
Shakespeare’s works would become established in the New World. In the case of the starling, the wish became reality. In the intervening hundred years the starling population has grown to an estimated 150-200 million birds.
Starlings thrived because they are able to exploit a large variety of habitats, nest sites and food sources. They will eat almost anything, including a diverse variety of invertebrates, fruits, and seeds.
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