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Blyth’s starling (Sturnia blythii), also known as the Malabar starling, is endemic to southwest India, particularly the Western Ghats. It was previously considered a subspecies of the chestnut-tailed starling. It has a distinctive bill – blue at the base, green in the middle, and yellow at tip. It is closely related to the chestnut-tailed starling or grey-headed myna (Sturnia malabarica) which is found in wooded habitats in India and Southeast Asia.
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