May 22, 2012 - Mynah's make fascinating pets and are the best mimics in the world of birds
The origin of the word Mynah is attributed to the Hindu word Maina, which again originates from “Madana", a Sanskrit word. Both refer to the same bird. Known the world over as the best mimicking birds, the Mynahs also make wonderful pets. Listed in the Softbill category, this bird is playful and needs a lot of special attention and care, particularly when it comes to its diet. For those who believe that they want to rear a Mynah, remember that you must provide them with a big enough cage to move and fly freely within.
In this video, we have to show about Bird of myna. The myna is a Best of talking bird. There are many people that favorite bird is myna. it is the truth that many kinds of a bird between the only myna can talk as human. Some birds can speak. But one of the best birds is the myna to talk about. A lot of animal lover want to keep preferring the myna bird on own pets surround. Usually, many people do the Birds cherish in the cage. The different cannot be seen in the case of Myna. We have to the same thing to show about mynah. We have to see on this video that myna that was in the cage. You can keep watching to myna and Alongside as a bonus you could be seen other birds out of the cage. Those birds are devoted to own bird keeper. It’s did not go out site never. So no need to keep in the cage others birds. But myna does not have to enough devoted to bird keeper as keep to open others birds. The myna always keeps staying live on the cage for Could not go flying. Because once a time it was left to fly outside from keeping open. Then the bird keeper did find myna from the neighbor. And not out of the cage the myna after getting back.
subscribe to the channel:
All credit goes to background music YouTube Audio Library () Rubix Cube by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license () Artist:
Why do people keep Mynah birds as pets
Catalog Record: Mynah birds as pets : a guide to the..
Mynah birds have long been a popular bird. In ancient Greece, the mynah was kept among the aristocracy as a pet, and in India, the mynah has been considered sacred for more than 2,000 years. The mynah's extraordinary talents as an imitator make him one of the most interesting of all cage birds, today. They are often described as the best talking bird in the world. They can mimic the human voice and are able to talk in the same tones and clarity of speech as the voice they are mimicking, even outdoing the African grey parrot. They are lively, social birds and have wonderfully outgoing personalities. They require a large cage, as they are very active and enjoy hopping around. Mynahs eat a large volume of moist food and are rather messy birds. They have frequent, loose and often projectile droppings. In this regard, they are much like the nectar eating Lorikeet; but, loveable and deserving of a place in the human heart. They often enjoy a paper bag or nest box to sleep in. Mynah birds love baths daily and their enthusiasm creates much splashing and playing. The mynah is an Asian bird that bears a crow-like appearance. Mynahs are native to Ceylon, India, and parts of Africa but; live as far away as Indonesia. There are11 sub-species. Length is from 9 1/2 inches to 12 inches. The most common bird in the US is the Hill Mynah, which has various subspecies, i.e. Indian Hill Mynah, Java Mynah, etc. Their average life span is 12 to 25 years. Young birds are easier to tame, learn to talk better and adapt readily to new environments and situations. Your new bird should be exposed early to different events (young and old people, males and females, other pets, car trips, visits to the veterinarian, etc.) to help promote a calm, well adjusted pet. The lively, alert bird that is not easily frightened is more likely a healthy bird. Mynah birds require regular, routine veterinary health check ups. Mynahs have a predisposition to develop certain liver problems. Your veterinarian can perform a physical examination, grooming (beak, nail or feather trim) and laboratory tests as needed. During these semi-annual check ups, health, nutritional and maintenance issues can be identified and addressed. Veterinary check ups help prevent disease and will aid in the maintenance of a long lasting, healthy relationship between you and your bird. Your bird should eat a diet of species specific food. Many bird food supply companies make food for Mynah’s just as they breed specific foods for other species. Consult with your vet for the food lowest in iron as Mynah’s are subject to Iron Retention Disease. Because they need plenty of room to hop and flit about, their cage must be at least 3’x 3’ x 3’ with perches layered at different heights for their flitting enjoyment. Kim and Korey can help you select the perfect cage for your new Mynah or help you with new housing for the one or more that share your home now. (Jan Santor)There are eleven sub-species of Mynah bird, only two of these sub-species are commonly seen as pets- the Greater Indian Hill Mynah and the Java Hill Mynah. At one time almost all pet stores sold Mynah birds, but due to severe exploitation of the species, many countries have banned the importing of them. However, Mynah birds are now domestically bred and available from reputable breeders.