Did you know?The Myna is one of only three birds among the world’s 100 worst invasive species. They have earned the nickname “flying rats” due to their scavenging resembling that of rats. They are a feral bird.
PEST CONTROLThe Common or Indian Myna are a pest in Australia. They were introduced between 1863 and 1872 to control insects at market gardens in Melbourne.
They are a nuisance to buildings, their nests blocking gutters and downpipes and they also kill native birds.