Starlings on Suet Feeder




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I am retired after a career in electronics and in publishing. Today, my wife of 50+ years, Sylvia, and I live in a house on a hill beside a dirt road in rural west Michigan. We enjoy living in this country environment where livestock and wild life out number the human population.

15 thoughts on “Starlings on Suet Feeder

  1. oooh, I like starlings! And bird feeders too.

    Starlings…while plain birds…are really cool. They imitate other birds’ calls and fly in ballet-like swarms called mumurations.

    Watch out for the hawks, birdies!

    • For two or three weeks each year, immature starlings take over our lawn as they feed on bugs and who knows what else.

      Please don’t hate me, but I usually root for the hawk. They have to eat too.

  2. There is nothing quite like feeding the birds and then enjoying watching them as different species show up and you have fun identifying them . Enjoyed seeing your pictures.

  3. There is nothing quite like feeding the birds of any kind. I enjoyed it for many years…seeing new species surprise me, identifying them and just watching them as they came to the feeder,

    • Seemed that way to me too. The closest one, looking right into the camera might be saying, “What are you looking at?” :dontknow:

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