In the bird world, Starling is a very widely distributed bird. There are 16 kinds of starlings in the world. Starlings are distributed in Africa, Europe, Asia and America. Moreover, there are a large number of starlings. They usually form small groups and gather large groups during migration. The number can reach thousands at most, and even starlings have been flooded in some places.
In the food chain, Starling is an expert at catching insects and can prey on a variety of pests. It feeds on farmland pests such as locusts and grassland darkness and forest pests such as inchworm, willow moth and Korean pine leaf bee. Therefore, Starling is one of the natural enemies of pests and a beneficial bird.