General Description

Head and breast are black with a yellow patch behind the eye. Body red-brown (rusty) with underparts, wing and tail tip white. Body up to 25 cm long.


Common Mynas were introduced in the 1860s. They have become a common pest and are still spreading. They roost in large, noisy groups.


Eastern mainland Australia and Tasmania.


Woodlands, farmlands and urban areas.

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