Fisher, R. H, Ferrier, J. M, Ferrier, J. M & Fisher, R. H / July 1933 – vol. 27, issue 2–56 SIRS,--A pair of Starlings (Sturnus v. vulgaris) made their nest in the top of a gutter pipe about thirty feet from the ground. At this time it was fine weather. Five eggs were laid, and incubated for five days, during which time the Starling that was not sitting was most attentive in feeding the one on the nest. On t h e sixth day, May 25th, also on t h e night of May 20th, it rained hard. On the... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.