Starlings, the infrequent vistors

There is a huge Oak Tree in the field opposite the house and a large flock of Starlings roost there every evening.

With all the food available in the garden with our many feeders and various food available you’d think they’d come heavy mobbed to feed. They do, but only occasionally and today three came for a very brief visit to snack on fatballs.

A few minutes later, they were gone again, but I managed to get a shot of this one.

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Starling - D810, AF-S 300mm f/2.8 @ 300mm, f/5.6, ISO1400, 1/500sec - {Flickr Link}
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