Onychognathus tristramii · rusvasparnis ilgauodegis varnėnas

  • Tristram's starling, Tristram's grackle
  • Tristramstar
  • rusvasparnis ilgauodegis varnėnas
  • czarnotek arabski

From en.wikipedia.org: It is native to Israel, Jordan, Sinai Peninsula, western Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman. The species is becoming increasingly commensal with humans, feeding in towns and villages; this has enabled a recent northward spread in its distribution.

Tristram's starling is a gregarious and noisy bird, with a call that resembles a wolf whistle. Outside the breeding season the starlings live in groups of between ten and a few hundred individuals. However, pairs remain together throughout the year, even when they join a larger group.