Finally I've got more news from the birdhide, the greedy but beautifully speckled Starlings.
Even though this picture is a little blured, I really like it. It is just the fact that they typically have their mouths filled with food.
Even though we get loads of Starlings in our garden, (in europe) from1979 Starlings have declined by 80% almost 40 million birds. 150 Starlings have beeen lost each hour since the 1980s.
Climate change, pollution, loss of habitat and global warming are all creeping in, so all of us birders and wildlife lovers are going to have to do something or eventually these birds will be as rare as the Ivory Billed Woodpecker.
And I just hope these birds will still be around for me to enjoy over breakfast in the hide.
What do you all think we should be doing to change this situation?