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Texas Bird Family

Katy, TX, USA


I have been wanting starlings for over a year so I am very happy that I have about 20 that constantly eat all my suet. This male has bare skin on his face. Any idea why? I’m thinking molting or mites. It’s not eye disease. Also, what is the summer analysis? I thought that FeederWatch was only in winter (I feed year-round so I have no problem with FeederWatch all year)

Starling With Bare Skin On Face

Male Starling with bare skin

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