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The Indian Myna (also known as the Common Myna) bird is not considered a feral pest.
Indian Myna birds breed from August to March and during their breeding season they compete with and evict native birds from their nesting spots, reducing habitat for native birds and some mammals (sugar gliders).
Shoalhaven residents can play a part in helping native birds and mammals thrive.
Council encourages residents to take small steps around their homes to prevent nesting and breeding of Indian Mynas in the Shoalhaven.
Also, several men’s sheds sell Myna bird traps.
You can also report Indian Myna bird issues to Council:
Last updated on 17 June 2020
Nowra City Administration Centre36 Bridge Rd, Nowra NSW 2541
Ulladulla Branch Office14 Deering St, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Shoalhaven City Council acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work and their continuing cultural connections to land and community. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, culture, traditions and hopes of the future.