"Ralph REID" <>
Mon, 2 Oct 2000 19:25:35 +1000
Back in April I posted that I had possibly seen common mynas at Coolamon (40
km west of Wagga Wagga), but I was obviously mistaken. We have just spent 7
days there, and I looked particularly for them, but without result.
It would appear that the habitat niche that common mynas occupy (in Sydney,
say) is there occupied (to a large extent) by common starlings and also (to
a lesser extent) by white-browed babblers.
Apologies for any confusion I might have caused.
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