In 1890, a mustachioed eccentric named Eugene Schieffelin launched just a few dozen European starlings into New York City. His supposed purpose? Introduce all of the chook species talked about in William Shakespeare’s performs to America. More than a century later, the European starling is among the most plentiful chook species in North America. Something […]
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