Monday, August 19, 2013

Common Myna

The Common Myna (Scientific Name - Acridotheres tristis) is a bird originally native to Asia. It is now found in many parts of the world and is a pest and considered one of the most invasive species of birds.  
 The Common Myna has a brown body, black head and a yellow patch behind the eye. It displays white near the rump and under its wings. Legs and bill are yellow.  Photos taken in Maui, Hawaii in November 2012.

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