Scientific Name: Sturnus pagodarum Common Name: Brahminy Starling Other Name: Brahminy myna
Identifying Features: brown belly and breast, black cap, loose crest, yellow bill with blueish base, light grey wings
- They have been known to feed on the fruits of Thevetia peruviana which are toxic to many vertebrates.
- They roost communally in large numbers in leafy trees, often in the company of parakeets and other mynas.
This image was clicked by Ashesh Rathor – via Flickr.