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European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) are known for their generalist ecological requirements and compete for available cavity nest sites with native species. Our purpose was to revisit recent findings with regard to Starling selection of artificial nest structures. In previous studies involving Starling use of wooden nest boxes in northern Ohio, USA, Starling occupancy across sites ranged from 67% to 100%; use by native species was minimal. In this study, we made available 25 wooden boxes anddoi:10.18061/ojs.v115i2.4943 fatcat:5gjj7v4sxrctpdyzlqwotngd3m