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How do starlings breed?
The breeding season usually takes place from March to April. Males build nests from leaves and dry grass in tree cavities, nest boxes and beneath roof tiles. They perch near the nest and sing in order to attract a mate, which will then complete the nest, adding feathers and moss. Usually 4-5 eggs are laid in mid-April, hatching around two weeks later.