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Hill Mynah - image courtesy of Attila Kiss
Hill Mynah

Hill Mynah
Hill Mynah

Hill Mynah Fledgings - image courtesy of Sam Gonzalez
Hill Mynah

Hill Mynah
Hill Mynah

Hill Mynahs

The hill mynah it the species of mynah bird that is most commonly seen in aviaries and as pets. As member of the starling family, the hill mynah had black plumage that has a green or purple gloss to it, and bright yellow or orange feather-less skin on its head and nape. The bird is typically just under a foot in length. Hill mynah birds can produce a wide range of calls, from whistles and screeches to human-like sounds to gurgles. The birds are more vocal at sunset and sunrise when they congregate in small groups in the forest canopy. The unique vocalization of the mynah makes it a favorite among bird enthusiast.

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mynahs mynahs

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Name: don
Posted: 7/30/2018
Phone: (919) 641-8996
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Location: North Carolina  
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im down sizing a group of mynah bird species *captive bred young proven birds * *indian hill mynah 5 pair 1 extra male $13500 *indian gray mynah 1 pair 1 extra male $3000 *black collard mynah 2 pairs $5000 *black crested mynah 2 pairs $5000 *white edge mynah 1 pair $2500 *vi...

Greater Indian Hill mynah female for sale

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Name: Juan Nazario
Posted: 6/22/2018
Phone: (407) 383-3223
Aviary: N/A
Location: Florida  
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Perfect breeding age female greater Indian hill mynah for sale. First $1200 takes her. Thank you 

Greater Indian Hill Mynah

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Name: eli
Posted: 6/20/2018
Phone: (773) 317-3785
Aviary: birdmans parrots
Location: Illinois  
Website: Www.birdmansparrots.com

Currently hand feeding are sweet baby greater indian hill mynah babies new babies hatched now accepting deposits. These species are very hard to come by and make excellent pet companions and are extremely great at talking an dmimicking sounds, please call 773-317-3785 for more info we are located at...

Greater Indian Hill Mynah

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Name: Jimmy
Posted: 6/11/2018
Phone: (626) 251-0045
Aviary: N/A
Location: California  
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A female Greater Indian Hill Mynah for sale. 2-1/2 years old.....Asking $1700.00 Local pick up only....No shipping.

Indian hill mynah pair

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Name: don nc
Posted: 5/31/2018
Phone: (919) 641-8996
Aviary: N/A
Location: North Carolina  
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i have a young proven indian hill myna pair male has a 2 toe nails half broken and female has bad wing feathers and tail feathers , can ship delta or usps ,asking $1700 call 919 641 8996


Hill Mynah

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Name: Hill Mynah
Posted: 5/5/2018
Phone: (305) 647-9288
Aviary: Gus
Location: Florida  
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Georges healthy 5 years old Hill Mynah, male, ready to breeding.

Greater Indian Hill Mynah Mynahs babies

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Name: Juan
Posted: 4/18/2018
Phone: (407) 383-3223
Aviary: Kiki's Mynah's
Location: Florida  
Website: kikismynahs.com

Baby GIH for sale. I hand feed them from the day they hatch. if interested please give me a call or e-mail me. Many references if interested. thank you.

Hill Mynah

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Name: Nguyen
Posted: 2/12/2018
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Aviary: N/A
Location: California  
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Hill Mynah last year bird (male) for sale . Email for more Info

Female Hill Mynah

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Name: Duc
Posted: 2/7/2018
Phone: (305) 923-2011
Aviary: N/A
Location: California  
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Please call or text 305-923-2011. Thanks

Female hill mynah

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Name: Peter
Posted: 12/26/2017
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Aviary: N/A
Location: California  
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I have a female hill mynah. I would like to trade for a male hill mynah for bloodlines or a female white crested laughingthrush. Please email me if you are interested.

Hill Mynahs Habitat

Hill mynah birds make their homes in the forests of southern Asia and the islands of Indonesia and Sri Lanka. In captivity, a mynah’s cage should be at least three or four feet wide, two feet tall, and two feet deep. It should be easily accessible for cleaning and include wooden perches with a diameter of about one inch. A nesting box placed in the cage will give the bird a private place to nap.

   

Captive diet for Hill Mynahs

Please note: feed twice daily
Choice of fruit: 14 grams diced figs, dates, grapes, apple, orange, pears, bananas; or 1/2 can fruit cocktail or diced fruit, also eugenia, pyracantha, hawthorn berries, elderberries, or mulberries.
Boiled rice with milk: 14 grams rice boiled 5 minutes until fluffy
Hard-boiled egg: 19 grams crumbled on rice Purina Trout Chow: 14 grams moistened with water and mixed with rice
Insects: 5 grams mealworms, crickets, cockroaches or grasshoppers or shredded beef heart if insects not available (Note: no meat should be fed when chicks are in the nest.)
Minerals: 5 grams Vionate multivitamin powder sprinkled on egg

Mynahs are omnivores and, in the wild, they will eat insect, larvae, frogs, lizards, snakes, fruits, leaves, eggs, and even baby rodents. They do not eat seeds. Mynahs kept as pets should be provided with a varied diet. While there are commercial pellet feed that will meet the basic nutritional needs of a mynah bird, it should not be the only food the bird is fed. Freshly-washed, chemical-free fruits and vegetables that have been cut into small pieces should be offered to the bird in a separate food dish.

Hill Mynah Habitat

Mynah birds are intelligent creatures and enjoy mental stimulation. Toys designed for parrots, such as swings and bells, can also be enjoyed by the mynah. Puzzle toys that release food treats upon solving will also keep the bird entertained.

Breeding Mynahs

Mynahs can be challenging to breed in captivity. The birds form monogamous relationships and both the male and female build their nest together, using twigs, feathers, and leaves. Their breeding season varies depending on weather and temperatures, but is usually between April and June. The female will lay two or three blue eggs with brown spots. These eggs will hatch in 15 days. A good breeding pair of hill mynah can reproduce up to three times in a year.