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UK-based Soldo, a FinTech that automates, delegates and controls company spending, has said that it has integrated with Starling Bank's API.
The starling population has fallen by more than 80% in recent years, meaning they are now on the critical list of UK birds most at risk.
Falcons are an example of a predator that could cause starlings to flock in this way.
The Starling is a small, wearable device that counts the words a child hears throughout the day.
THIS was the mesmerising scene as hundreds of starlings performed a murmuration over Rhoose.
like a starling, suddenly, into the air and then gone again.
Orlando-based Starling Automotive Group has acquired Kunz Buick GMC dealership in Venice, Florida.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 16, 2017-Florida Starling Automotive Acquires Kunz Buick GMC Dealership
The results clearly show that the main pest in olive grove is the Starling (87.
Digital-only challenger Starling Bank has become the first UK bank to partner with peer-to-peer money transfer service TransferWise, the two companies announced on Wednesday.
THE sky over Anglesey was the scene of a spectacular sight of starling murmuration.
The service is called Starling and uses a combination of high-resolution optical satellite and radar imagery to provide unbiased monitoring of forest cover change.
But the paternal bond must be severely stretched in starling world because, quite frankly, their babies are a complete pain.
NORFOLK (CyHAN)- Thousands of starling performed amazing show while flying over the fields in Britain.
But long-term monitoring by the British Trust for Ornithology shows that starling numbers have fallen by 66% in Britain since the mid-1970s.