BALI MYNAH (Leucopsar rothschildi) - The island of Bali's only endemic vertebrate species. Bali mynahs have a lacy crest of feathers, which is lifted during courtship. They are found in forests and open woodlands and eat  fruit, insects, invertebrates & small reptiles  Bali mynahs are cavity nesters, preferring to use nesting sites in hollow trees.They may have 2-3 clutches of eggs per year, each with 2-3 eggs. Both parents incubate and rear the chicks.

BALI MYNAH (Leucopsar rothschildi) - The island of Bali's only endemic vertebrate species. Bali mynahs have a lacy crest of feathers, which is lifted during courtship. They are found in forests and open woodlands and eat fruit, insects, invertebrates & small reptiles Bali mynahs are cavity nesters, preferring to use nesting sites in hollow trees.They may have 2-3 clutches of eggs per year, each with 2-3 eggs. Both parents incubate and rear the chicks.

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Fairy Tern in Acacia tree in the northwest Hawaiian Islands, photo by Frans Lanting

Bali Mynah by Zayar Minn, via 500px

Bali Mynah by Zayar Minn, via 500px

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