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|The Spotless Starling is a near rÍlative of the European Common Starling.|
Spotless Starlings are easily told because they are indeed Spotless, lacking the pale chevrons of the other species. They therefore look uniformly black with a purple, rather than green, gloss which makes the plumage look distinctly oily.
A typical bird of towns and villages in northern Morocco, south spain and portugal.
Here it was caught in the park behind Koutoubia mosque.
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Beautiful motion capture by you with green leaves in foreground. I have done a WS for you; hope you like it.