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The mynas are coming! A summary of Common Myna records in Namibia.

Josh Engel and Dave Willard

...It will be fascinating to monitor their spread, which will no doubt continue, across Africa. Human populations have expanded and urbanized across the continent, creating an abundance of myna habitat, and, perhaps more importantly, creating a network of habitat corridors through the building of roads and towns along those roads. ...

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