Bank Mynah Bird Breed

Bank Mynah Birds

This eight to eight and a half inch Mynah has, like the Indian house Mynah, become thoroughly domesticated. Everywhere in it's native territory it can be seen searching for insects and left-over food.

The Bank Mynah makes its nests in holes it excavates by the banks of rivers or under bridges. It is native to India and southern Asia.

Food: The same as the Talking Mynah. It feeds it's young with living food. Pet stores have packaged soft food, meal-worms, raw meat, and fruit.

It's habits are not very tidy.

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