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Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Mynah Birds in Key West
Mynah birds in Key West? Yes.
It's been a while since I have seen any around here in islands (since I was a kid?), and to recall this is the first time I have seen any in Key West, but here they are.
And a mating pair! Seeing as they mate for life, that's exciting.
The song was lovely on my ears, it's what drew my attention to the pair in the first place.
If you are here on the island, and want to see for yourself, just stop by the Pier One at Winn-Dixie Plaza on N. Roosevelt. Look in the Pier One sign on the front of the buidling. Their nest in in the "e".
Posted by Mike Mongo at 10:01 AM