Another extremely invasive bird species is the starling. Starlings are small perching birds that are native to Africa, Europe, Asia, and northern Australia. They have been introduced to North America, New Zealand, and Hawaii, where they are considered to be invasive species.
Starlings prefer to live in open country areas and are quite social. They live and move around in large groups. These birds feed on fruit and insects, and many types of starlings search for prey like grubs. Their calls are pretty unique and have even been known to include imitations of car alarms and human speech. Starlings have been declining in massive numbers, with nearly 63 percent of the population being lost.