Common Mynas

Subject: Common Mynas
From: Jason Polak <>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2020 22:17:14 -0500
It is not a dichotomy though. Even small changes like some of the ones
being sucissed can reduce the population of Mynas, and provide stability
for other bird populations as they increase their numbers or range.


On 17/11/2020 17.42, Tony Russell wrote:
> All this debate about Mynas, common or Indian, is all very interesting
> but doesn't solve anything. They are HERE and there's no way to get rid
> of them. They are as common as sparrows and starlings, get used to them
> and live with it, just as we do with other introduced species. Sorry
> fellas, you are wasting your breath.
> Ancient twitcher.

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