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Starlings, pest species for agriculture, monitored with new technology

Starlings, pest species for agriculture, monitored with new technology

Starlings could cause an estimated $42.8 million per year in damage to Western Australia’s grain and horticulture industries. In addition, starlings aggressively push native birds from their nests and cause damage to property, incurring costs for cleanup and the reestablishment of native birds.

Environment
  • Agriculture
  • Birds
  • Environment
  • Starling
  • Western Australia
Ann McLean
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