What Do Starlings Eat?

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Starlings eat a lot of insects as well as a wide variety of invertebrates. Usually, they feed on crop pests and they are thus preferred by many farmers in different parts of the world. However, they also eat crops, especially in autumn and winter.
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Common Starlings eat seeds, insects, vertebrates, invertebrates, plants and fruits.
They eat mostly insects, like worms, spiders, moths, and caterpillars. They also eat a variety of beetles, and crickets. They get their food under the surface of the ground, on the ground, or in the air. You can find more information here: http://starlingtalk.com/wildstarlingdiet.htm
Starlings are omnivorous birds that will eat both animal and plant foods. Insects make up the bulk of their diet. They will also eat invertebrates, grains, fruits and seeds. You can find more information here: http://www.sialis.org/starlingbio.htm
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