Bank Myna is a Myna found in northern parts of Southern Asia. They are found in abundance in the plains of northern and central India and they have their habitat in towns and cities. They are also found southwards in India. It is also known as Bank Mynah and its local name is Ganga Myna.
શિરાજ કાબર, ઘોડા કાબર
Status in Gujarat
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