Data for:
Darjiling, West Bengal, India
List:
Passeriformes > Sturnidae

Common Hill Myna

Gracula religiosa

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Identification

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Glossy black myna with bright yellow head wattles. Also note bright candlewax-orange bill and white wing patches that are most apparent in flight. A species of mature humid forest and forest edge, often seen in pairs or small flocks flying between or perched up in tall trees. Famed for its wide repertoire: gives a myriad of screams, squeaks, chirps, and whistles. Threatened by its popularity in the cage bird trade.

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