Bare-eyed Mynas - Streptocitta albertinae)
The Bare-eyed Myna (Streptocitta albertinae) is a large, long-tailed starling. Its named after the large patch of dark bare skin around the eyes.
As it resembles a magpie, it is occasionally referred to as the Sula Magpie.
It is endemic to the forests on the Indonesian islands of Taliabu and Mangole, where it is threatened by habitat loss.
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