Common Myna travelling routes

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Subject: Common Myna travelling routes
From: "Peter Shute" <>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 09:01:10 +1100
 wrote on Thursday, 17 January 2008 4:49 PM:

> I rarely see 'frontier' Mynas when I'm on back roads so it
> may be a combination of suitable environmental corridors and
> food supplies.  I have seen Mynas picking at dead birds in
> the suburbs but not road kill in the highway sense, so
> roadkill may not be a factor.

So what are they doing out on the road?  I see them wandering on the
roads in Melbourne a lot.  Maybe they're eating squashed bugs?  Stuff
the garbage truck has dropped?  I've never thought to look.

Peter Shute

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