Today’s bird casualty consists of a female Daurian Starling (Agropsar sturninus) that broke her neck after flying headlong into a 2nd floor window.

Daurian Starlings are very common winter migrants to Singapore and can often be seen moving around in large flocks between the months of October to March.

Source: David Tan Instagram

Purple-backed Starling

Purple-backed Starling (Sturnus sturninus)
National University of Singapore (NUS) campus, 5th October 2011

This photograph of a dead Purple-backed Starling was taken by David Tan and shared on Facebook.

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