Myna bird calls

Subject: Myna bird calls
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 21:04:42 +1100
>Subject: Myna bird calls
>Hello everyone.
>I have been approached by an honours student at the ANU who is 
>looking at the structure and function of Myna calls (Acridotheres
>tristis) for any recordings of their calls and any info on their behaviour in
>relation to their calls.  She is also seeking some photographs
>of mynas to put in a feature article that she is preparing.  
>Any help would be much appreciated.
>Please reply direct to  Melissa Mock at 

No offence intended here to anyone known or fictional but....
Myna's are a cracking bird in their native land, and I couldn't help
noticing Melissa's address and suggest that dynamite may be preferable for
them in this country:-)

good luck anyway Melissa though I don't know that too many people have been
recording them here!


Alan McBride
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