Vinous-breasted starling

Vinous-breasted starling

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Credit: PHOTOSTOCK-ISRAEL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Vinous-breasted starling (Sturnus burmannicus) peering out of a hole in the tree. This bird is a songbird, and it eats insects and fruits. Holes in trees are a common location for bird nests. Photographed in Israel, where this bird is an introduced species that is in competition with local birds.

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