The roommate-landlord with the mynah bird
foresaw an NPR-soundtracked 90's, declining to phone a plumber.
I became certain that she would never forgive me for having identified her with the mynah bird
Whether it's the roar of a lion, the call of a gibbon, or the beautiful song of a mynah bird
, communication is an important element of the natural world," said Brian Fitzgerald, Director of External Affairs for Ameritech.
Jones's early films are anchored by cute Thorson-designed creatures such as Sniffles the adenoidal mouse, Inki the politically incorrect African boy, his inscrutable mynah bird
antagonist, and the curious puppy.
In another scene, a mynah bird
repeatedly says "attention, attention":
Placement of phenol thread and Schirmer strips in the lower conjunctival fornix is more commonly used to evaluate tear production in animals, and here we also suggest using the lower conjunctival fornix technique to evaluate tear secretion in the common mynah bird
It's worth going just to have a chat with its legendary mynah bird
, that says "don't go" in a small child's voice whenever anyone tries to wander away from its cage.
Magpies can mimick because they are part of the Mynah bird
family but it is unusual because they rarely spend enough time with humans.
Martin, the pet Mynah bird
(pictured with Ron and some of the regulars) was a perfect mimic and female patrons could expect a loud wolf whistle from the bird who had to retire to bed at 9 o'clock each night because the smoke in the bar made him cough .
What has happened to the mynah bird
at Birmingham Botanical Gardens?
Mrs Howe slept with the window open and, as she got up, she heard the voice and at first, because of the croaky voice, thought it was a parrot or a mynah bird
6-15) Thymomas, classified histologically as either epithelial or lymphocytic, are rarely reported in avian species and have only been documented in an African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus), a finch (unspecified species), domestic chickens, budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus), Java sparrow, (16) and a red-tail common mynah bird