Distriri

Juvenile

Superb Starling

Originally a bird of open country, this starling has become adapted to farmland, villages, and towns, where it is common and fairly tame. It is a sociable species, feeding on the ground in small parties, taking insects and other small invertebrates, fruit, and some seeds. It is often seen begging for food around safari camp sites.

• NKST A ball of grasses in a bush or a tree cavity.

• DISTRIBUTION K. Africa from Sudan and Ethiopia south to

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