Starling

Starling

Starling

Sleek acrobat hangs

Hacking fat for hungry chicks

From coconut shell

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2 thoughts on “Starling

  1. Nice alliteration, and a poetic reminder that although starlings may seem a bit aggressive they are feeding their young, like all parent creatures.

    • Thank you Jane. It’s easy to get upset by the starling’s aggressive nature (as I do when starlings oust blackbirds from the feeders), but you’re right – spring is a tough time for all parent birds.

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