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Not knowing the hematological values makes it difficult to determine if a certain Palawan Hill Mynah is healthy or not.
An 18-year-old female Bali mynah (Leucopsar rothschildi) was presented on day 0 with a history of polyphagia, weakness, and incoordination of several days' duration.
Tracey Dunkley Playgroup leader Newbold Mynahs Coalville, Leicestershire
At 6am the park ranger returned and apologised for not telling me the mynah birds were brought into the house in cold weather.
In later life, Mynah goes into a gallery to look at paintings by one his comrades on the ship and realises that they are inspired by the journey: "I had thought the paintings were abstractions at first.
Appropriately, given Phelan's concern with popular media, the drawings were also presented as a "deluxe double limited edition" zine, on sale during the show for the bargain price of ten euros and including an essay by ornithologist Glynn Anderson offering facts, figures, and folklore relating to the mynah.
Correcting last week's report, Clive writes: "The truth is that the mynah birds were guilty of a lot worse than wolf whistling at Royalty, by the way it was the Duchess of York not Princess Anne.
The album offers less of the bracing social commentary of previous records, although "Gus the Mynah Bird" does get political, concluding, "Self-determination should be a fact.
The Marianne Mynah, Perched over the door, Quotes Jean de la Fontaine And Marianne Moore.
But it's only the mynah, beating black wings against the ribs of the cage, crying Krishna, Krishna.
Jones's early films are anchored by cute Thorson-designed creatures such as Sniffles the adenoidal mouse, Inki the politically incorrect African boy, his inscrutable mynah bird antagonist, and the curious puppy.
In another scene, a mynah bird repeatedly says "attention, attention":
Perhaps their ideal tool would be a large flock of mynah birds, of the type described by Aldous Huxley in his utopian novel Island.
Samples from birds representing 27 species from 9 orders were evaluated: Bali mynah (Leucopsar rothschildi; n = 9), black-necked stilt (n = 2), blue-crowned laughing thrush (Dryonastes courtoisv, n = 4), blue-crowned motmot (Momotus momota; n = 2), blue-faced honeyeater (Entomyzon cyanotis; n = 4), blue-grey tanager (n = 5), Bourke's parrot (Neophema bourkir, n = 6), Cape thick-knee (Burhinus capensis; n = 1), crested wood partridge (Rollulus roulroul, n = 7), emerald starling (Lamprotornis iris', n = 3), fairy bluebird (n = 5), golden-breasted starling (?
Among the obstructions is the eccentric Miss Mayhew - played by Liverpool actress Eileen O'Brien, and her pet Tom the Mynah Bird, voiced by the legendary Ken Dodd.