Scientific Name: Sturnus malabaricus Common Name: Chestnut-tailed Starling Other Name: Grey-headed myna
Identifying Features: reddish-brown belly, dark grey upper parts, yellow bill, orange legs
- Like most starlings, it is fairly omnivorous, eating fruit, nectar and insects.
- They fly in tight flocks and often rapidly change directions with great synchrony.
This image was clicked by Koshy Koshy – via Flickr.
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