Common Name: Common Myna
Scientific Name: Acridotheres tristis
Nepali Name: Dangre Rupi ( डाङग्रे रूपी )
Size: 25cm (size) 
Location: Naubishe, Dhading

Local and distributed widely in 1830m and up to 3050m during summer, Common Myna is also declared the world’s most invasive species by IUCN Species Survival Commission in 2000. The bird can thrive in urban areas and other human habitation, cultivation, and woodlands. 

This bird has yellow skin around the eye, a black hooded head, a black upper breast, a brown body, a black tail with a white tip, and a white abdomen. The beak is yellow along with the leg. Seen either solitary or in pairs, the sexes are alike. 

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