Starling REmoval & Exclusion Services in PA
European Starlings are a non-native invasive bird species that has become very common in Pennsylvania.
Starlings frequent bird feeders and are very comfortable co-existing with humans. Starlings have invaded quickly because they evict native birds from nests and nest boxes by killing the eggs or chicks.
They also can become parasites through laying their eggs within existing egg clutches. This leaves the native female birds to raise the Starling chicks, who are often larger and more aggressive than the native chicks, and who then kill the native chicks through preventing them from eating.