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Marion and all,

The mynahs at Office Depot were Common mynahs.  I haven't seen any in my
sporadic visits to that area over the last three years.  There were a few
reports of Common mynahs in Sebastian around that time (2000-2001.)  A
colony in Cocoa Beach / Cape Canaveral persisted for a few years around
1990.  Goodwin seems a strange place for them to pop up.  Maybe next,
they'll come over here to the buffer preserve just six miles east.

David Simpson
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From: Marion Conley <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 10:24 AM
Subject: [FLBIRDS] Common Mynas


> Yesterday at the Goodwin Tract in Fellsmere we saw 2 of these.   A few
years
> back there were Mynas nesting in Vero at Office Depot.  Does anyone
remember
> whether they were Common or Hill Mynas?   I think they were Hill Mynas but
my
> notes don't say.    Would Hill Mynas be found in this area?
> Thanks for any help.
> Marion Conley
> Sebastian FL
>
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