Mynas are native to Asia and were intentionaly brought to New Zealand. They feed on fruit trees, causing damage to crops, so are considered pests.
Scientific name: Acridotheres tristis
Other names: common myna, Indian myna, mynah
New Zealand Status: Introduced
Conservation Status: Naturalised
Where they feed: Ground
What they eat: Invertebrates, fruit, eggs, small vertebrates (e.g. frogs, mammals), carrion