Re: Bald Common Mynas

Subject: Re: Bald Common Mynas
From: Robert Cunningham <>
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 16:44:04 +0700
> > In its home range in the Indian sub-continent bald birds have often been
> > seen, and interestingly also bald House Crow (Corvus splendens). The theory
> > there is that it is due to pollution.

I've not seen any 'bald' COMMON MYNAS here in Thailand, either here
in the 'relatively' unpolluted provinces or in the very polluted
Bangkok. I will keep my eyes out though.


Robert Cunningham
Prachinburi Rice Research Centre
Bansang, Prachinburi 25 150
Ph: +66-37-271 233               Fx: +66-37-271 385
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