Common Mynas, Canberra RFI

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Subject: Common Mynas, Canberra RFI
From: jilldening <>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 13:58:48 +1000
Hi All,

Perhaps someone knows about this............

My husband is holidaying in his home town, Canberra (actually he grew up
over the border in Struggletown - Queanbeyan) and speaks on an invasion of
Common Mynas. He was at a dinner party last night, and someone, whom he
usually regards as no dill, said that the mynas became established in
Canberra, after a breeding pair was released. I was last in Canberra only
about four or five years ago, and can recall no mynas at that time.

Does anyone know how it happened?


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