来源： Markula Hannan-Jones & Csurhes 2009
The common myna establishes itself in city, towns, villages and parks with green grass and trees. It is not yet known to invade any natural habitat.
Measures being undertaken against the common myna in Israel around 2001 included (O. Hatzofe 2001 Pers. Comm.):
- Shooting with air rifle - this is the most affective and less time consuming way to eradicate a specific individual or a small population.
- Bow net/clapping net and or cannon net type - used to trap a large number of birds in their pre roosting concentration grounds. The Mynas are attracted by few individuals that are in a small cage at the center of this quick closing net.
- Mist nets at the roosting site.
- Removal of nests - after finding the nest, the trapper turns up before sunrise and attempts to catch the adult that stays on the nest for the night and removes the eggs and chicks.
滋扰人类: In Israel, common myna nest sites have been found in palm trees, woodpecker holes, traffic lights, electricity utility poles, and crevices in buildings (Holzapfel et al. 2006, in Markula Hannan-Jones & Csurhes 2009).
竞争: In Israel, common mynas have shown aggressive behaviour towards Syrian woodpeckers (Dendrocopos syriacus) (Holzapfel et al. 2006, in Markula Hannan-Jones & Csurhes 2009).
最后修改 ： 27/11/2009 2:29:28 p.m.