Starlings are considered to be cavity nesters, in that they prefer to nest in closed off areas that are covered on every side. Starlings are known to build nests in vents and air ducts in homes and business properties as well as the bird houses that people put up.
Starlings rely on urban areas and the human population to provide them with food and the sites that they need for nesting. This is why starlings are primarily found in highly populated and urban areas. Nests are made up of grasses, moss, and feathers.| Back |