Golden-breasted Starling

Cosmopsarus regius

Despite their tropical appearance, they favor very hot, dry habitats. They hunt for insects on the ground (mainly termites and ants) but will also eat fruit. Occurring in flocks of up to eight birds, flocks include a single breeding female.


Found At


Least Concern

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