Distribution and habitat
It is found in Cambodia, China, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam. In the early 2000s it has become an invasive species in Israel, alongside the common myna that invaded a few years earlier. Both populations seem to have started from individuals that escaped a bird park in Tel-Aviv.
- BirdLife International 2004. Sturnus burmannicus. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 24 July 2007.
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