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Pied Myna or Asian Pied Starling Pictures and Detail

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Pied Myna or Asian Pied Starling Pied Myna or Asian Pied Starling Pictures and Detail- Today, it's time for another Myna i.e. Pied Myna or Asian Pied Starling. The last Myna, I shared with you were Brahminy Myna , Bank Myna , and Common Myna . Like the other Mynas, Pied Myna is also a common bird; however, less common than other Common Myna and Bank Myna. These are very social birds and for the last two years, I am seeing a pair of Pied Myna making nest at the same location. These birds are slightly shy than the common myna and avoid coming close to humans. However, they also live near to humans and we can find them near the human population in villages and cities.  They also love to eat human food leftover by them. It is a routine at our home to give morning first chapatis to the crows and other birds and sometimes, Pied Myna does come to eat the chapatis.  -------- Support this Blog and my Bird Photography ------ A Pied Myna or Asian pied starling The scien

Brahminy Starling (Myna) Pictures and Detail (A bird with Elongated Feathers)

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Brahminy Starling (Myna) Pictures and Detail Brahminy Starling (Myna) Pictures and Detail-  Today, I will be discussing the third Myna, which is called Brahminy Starling or Brahminy Myna. Earlier, I wrote about Bank Myna and Common (Indian) Myna .  Like these Myna, Brahminy Myna can be commonly seen in many places. Like the other Myna, these are also not much shy of humans and they come close to human beings.  The scientific name of Brahminy Myna is Sturnia pagodarum and they belong to the sterling family. Mostly, we see them in pairs or in a group of birds. Brahminy Myna belongs to the Indian Subcontinent and we can find them in countries like India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and some parts of Pakistan.  ------ Support this Blog and my Bird Photography ------- Brahminy Starling (Myna) Front View Like the Common Myna, they also like to live close to human habitats and we can easily observe them in cities and villages. In winters these birds visit hot places like Sri La