The Indian myna, a city bird, has both white wing-patch and white-tipped tail.
Indeed the usual lure bird for a red-headed merlin is a myna.
A myna is a self-assertive bird, a bird that will stand no nonsense.
The other species of myna follow the plough, but not so consistently as the bank myna.
By the time it is really dark every bird, be he myna or pond heron, is sufficiently satisfied to hold his tongue.
The same may be said of the myna, the king-crow, and a great many other birds and beasts.
The white-throated laughing-thrush (Garrulax albigularis) is a handsome bird larger than a myna.
Owing to the self-assertion of the myna he is apt to be quarrelsome.
What a transformation does a shower of rain effect in the myna.
My experience shows him to be nearly as omnivorous as the myna.