Sunday, August 16, 2009

MYNA MYNA MYNA



Common Myna
(Acridotheres tristis), also called Indian Myna

found near cultivation and human habitations.

10 comments:

  1. http://birdchaser.blogspot.com/2009/06/common-myna.html

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  2. http://neighborhoodswildlife.blogspot.com/2009/07/common-myna.html

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  3. http://bnsullivanphoto.com/2008/11/common-myna-acridotheres-tristis.html

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  4. Wow what a nice post I enjoyed very much and find good info thanks for this post.
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  5. thanks for the common myanah video

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  6. Hiya, lovely video! Do you have a remote and tripod for your handycam? That video is brilliant with no shake!

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  7. thank you,Bemused26.
    i don't have a tripode.the cammera in this video was hidden in a box.i had put some broken rice to attract birds.i had to shoot for about half an hour to capture this video.

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  8. cool technique! I thought it was very steady- really good stuff.

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  9. Some in Kerala believe that seeing a pair of Mynas can bring happiness and seeing only one can bring sorrow. If you happen to see three mynas together, it means that you are going to have a visitor soon.

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  10. hiii.. a photo blogger here... nice to meet someone from calicut... i studied there... hmm ee minene kudukiyatanalle, teeta kodthu pathake photoyil aki alle... keep going frnd.. saw some nice pics from u here..

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