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Lindsey, AA1939Food of the Starling in, Central New York State
Lipar, JL2001Yolk steroids and the development of the hatching muscle in nestling European Starlings
Litovich, E, Power, HW1992Parent-Offspring Conflict and Its Resolution in the European Starling
Lloyd, JA1965Seasonal Development of the Incubation Patch in the Starling
Loesche, P, Stoddard, PK, Higgins, BJ, Beecher, MD1991Signature versus Perceptual Adaptations for Individual Vocal Recognition in Swallows
Lombardo, MP, Power, HW, Stouffer, PC, Romagnano, LC, Hoffenberg, AS1989Egg Removal and Intraspecific Brood Parasitism in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
Long, WS1935Second Record of the Starling in Douglas County, Kansas
Lovell, HB1941A Successful Method of Preventing Starling Roosts
Lovette, IJ, Rubenstein, DR2007A comprehensive molecular phylogeny of the starlings (Aves: Sturnidae) and mockingbirds (Aves: Mimidae): Congruent mtDNA and nuclear trees for a cosmopolitan avian radiation
Lowden, RM1997Riddell, Sullivant, and the Early Botanical Exploration of Franklin County, Ohio, U.S.A. (1832-1840)
Lowery, Jr., G1930The Starling in Northern Louisiana
LUCAS, FRANÇOISES, MOUREAU, BENOIT, JOURDIE, VIOLAINE, HEEB, PHILIPP2005Brood size modifications affect plumage bacterial assemblages of European starlings
Lumsden, HG1976Choice of Nest Boxes by Starlings
Lundberg, P1987Breeding Seasons of North Scandinavian Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris): Constrained by Food or Time?
Lundberg, P, Eriksson, L-O1984Postjuvenile Moult in Two Northern Scandinavian Starling Sturnus vulgaris Populations: Evidence for Difference in the Circannual Time-Program
Lundberg, P, Silverin, B1986Breeding Cycles in Two North Scandinavian Starling Populations and the Circannual Testicular and Gonadotrophin Cycles
Lyon, LA, Caccamise, DF1981Habitat Selection by Roosting Blackbirds and Starlings: Management Implications
Maccarone, AD1987Effect of Snow Cover on Starling Activity and Foraging Patterns
Macleod, CJ, Till, A2007Crop use by introduced bird species in winter in relation to crop structure and seed resources: Capsule Most species preferred to forage in grassland where seed resources were more abundant and the vegetation was uniform in height but heterogeneous in den
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Macleod, R, Clark, J, Cresswell, W2008The starvation–predation risk trade-off, body mass and population status in the Common Starling Sturnus vulgaris
MacReynolds, G1917A Pennsylvania Starling Roost
Maddocks, SA, BENNETT, ANDREWTD, HUNT, SARAH, Cuthill, IC2002Context-dependent visual preferences in starlings and blue tits: mate choice and light environment
Maddocks, SA, Goldsmith, AR, Cuthill, IC2002Behavioural and physiological effects of absence of ultraviolet wavelengths on European starlings Sturnus vulgaris
Magrath, MJL, van Overveld, T, Komdeur, J2005Contrasting Effects of Reduced Incubation Cost on Clutch Attendance by Male and Female European Starlings
Major, PF, Dill, LM1978The Three-Dimensional Structure of Airborne Bird Flocks
Malcarney, HL, del Rio, CMartínez, Apanius, V1994Sucrose Intolerance in Birds: Simple Nonlethal Diagnostic Methods and Consequences for Assimilation of Complex Carbohydrates
Markman, S, Müller, CT, Pascoe, D, Dawson, A, Buchanan, KL2011Pollutants affect development in nestling starlings Sturnus vulgaris
Marples, BJ1935The Feeding Grounds of Rooks and Other Birds
Marples, BJ1934The Winter Starling Roosts of Great Britain, 1932-1933
J. Mason, R1990Evaluation of D-Pulegone as an Avian Repellent
J. Mason, R, Adams, MA, Clark, L1989Anthranilate Repellency to Starlings: Chemical Correlates and Sensory Perception
J. Mason, R, Avery, ML, Glahn, JF, Otis, DL, Matteson, RE, Nelms, CO1991Evaluation of Methyl Anthranilate and Starch-Plated Dimethyl Anthranilate as Bird Repellent Feed Additives
J. Mason, R, Clark, L, Shah, PS1991Ortho-Aminoacetophenone Repellency to Birds: Similarities to Methyl Anthranilate
J. Mason, R, Turpin, T1990Cucurbitacin-Adulterated Diet Is Avoided by Captive European Starlings
MATTHYSEN, ERIK, Adriaensen, F1998Forest Size and Isolation Have No Effect on Reproductive Success of Eurasian Nuthatches (Sitta europaea)
Mayr, E1947A Catastrophic Decrease in a Starling Population
Mazgajski, TD, Kȩdra, AH, Beal, KG2004The pattern of nest-site cleaning by European Starlings Sturnus vulgaris
McCarty, JP1996The Energetic Cost of Begging in Nestling Passerines
Mccomb, WC, Davis, WH, Allaire, PN1987Excluding Starlings from a Slot-Entrance Bluebird Nest Box
McGilvrey, FB, Uhler, FM1971A Starling-Deterrent Wood Duck Nest Box
McGrath, D1984Unusual Behaviour by a Starling
McIlhenny, EA1936Are Starlings a Menace to the Food Supply of Our Native Birds?
McLaughlin, ET1968Blood Parasites of the Cowbird, Grackle, Redwing and Starling in New Jersey
Mead, C, Hudson, R1984Reviews
Meanley, B1965The Roosting Behavior of the Red-Winged Black-Bird in the Southern United States
Meijer, T1993Is the Starling Sturnus vulgaris a determinate layer?
Meijer, T1991The effect of a period of food restriction on gonad size and moult of male and female Starlings Sturnus vulgaris under constant photoperiod
Meijer, T1990Incubation Development and Clutch Size in the Starling


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