Spotless Starling

Scientific name : Sturnus unicolor
Other names: Български: Черен скорец , Brezhoneg: Dred du , Català: Estornell negre , Dansk: Ensfarvet Stær , Deutsch: Einfarbstar , Esperanto: Nigra sturno , Español: Estornino negro , Basque: Arabazozo beltz , Suomi: Mustakottarainen , Français: Étourneau unicolore , Magyar: Egyszínű seregély , Italiano: Storno nero , Latviešu: Vienkrāsainais strazds , Nederlands: Zwarte spreeuw , Norsk: Middelhavsstær , Polski: Szpak jednobarwny , Português: Estorninho-preto , Русский: Чёрный скворец , Svenska: Svartstare

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Short Description

The plumage of Common Starling is unspotted, solid black and has a reddish glow, which is dull in the winter. On the chest and neck appear much longer and curled feathers. They are easy to be confused with the star. ...

Sightings

Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling

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