Javan Myna and grass cutting

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The Javan Myna (Acridotheres javanicus) is one of the most common birds in Singapore. It is commonly found around human activities like grass cutting. A pair resides in my small garden, appearing whenever I am there for trimming, weeding or … Continued

Noisy Javan Mynas

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For a few mornings in July 2016 I was interrupted during my breakfast by the loud and sharp cries of Javan Mynas (Acridotheres javanicus) quarreling in my back neighbour’s compound. The birds were flying to and fro between the slender … Continued

Alexandra Palms gone but memories of birds remain

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“On 26th January, three of my 40 years old Alexandra Palms (Archontophoenix alexandrae) (above) were similarly chopped down following the collapse of one of my Ceram Palms (Rhopaloblaste ceramics) and the removal of the other. The reason was safety. These … Continued

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