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Myna2 locationsBird
.: gummo :.
Jan 16 2015
Along the Park Road - Everglades Na
.: zukerrach :.
May 23 2013
Nuuanu Trail to Nuuanu Overlook
TypeBird
FamilySturnidae - Mynas and Starlings
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Sturnidae sp.

Common Names:Myhna

Habitat:Native to southern Asia, especially in North India. Several species have been introduced to areas like North America, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, especially the Common Myna which is often regarded as an invasive species. Their preferred habitat is fairly open country, and they eat insects and fruit. Several species live around habitation, and are effectively omnivores. Most species nest in holes.

Description:Plumage is typically dark, often brown, although some species have yellow head ornaments.

Comments:Some mynas are considered talking birds, for their ability to reproduce sounds, including human speech, when in captivity. Some species have become well known for their imitative skills; the Common Hill Myna is one of these.


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