Creation: Kaleo, the amazing talking Myna bird

Myna birdThe myna or mynah is a passerine bird of the starling family (Sturnidae), native to southern Asia, but introduced to North America, Australia, South Africa, Fiji and New Zealand.


Note: Passerine birds comprise more than half of all bird species. A notable feature of passerines is the arrangement of their toes (three pointing forward and one back) which facilitates perching. Passerines form one of the most diverse terrestrial vertebrate orders, with over 5,000 identified species — twice as many species as the largest of the mammal orders, the Rodentia.


Mynas are medium-sized passerines with strong feet and typically dark, often brown, plumage. Their flight is strong and direct, and they are gregarious. Their preferred habitat is fairly open country, and they eat insects and fruit. Most species nest in holes. The Common Myna is often regarded as an invasive species.

Some mynas talk, and are able to reproduce sounds, including human speech, when in captivity.

Below is a video of a remarkable talking myna named Kaleo, who was rescued when only 3 days old.



5 responses to “Creation: Kaleo, the amazing talking Myna bird

  1. This is priceless! I hope we all appreciate our pets because when the New World Order takes over, we won’t be allowed to have them anymore. We have got to respect animals. (And I am not an “animal rights” freak.)


  2. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this very sweet post. I love this little Myna! I so enjoyed watching and listening to the video. He is darling and his owner speaks to him so kindly and with such respect. I love it when I hear our grey parrot, Peter (named after St. Peter), say, “I love you!” He says it with enthusiasm and real love. Thank you God for all of your creatures!!!


  3. What a sweet sweet baby, I enjoyed watching. I too have many birds 8 Macaws, Toucan, greys, cockatoos, tiels, sun conures, and a few others they are all so different and wonderful. I get lots of I love you and so many conversations and songs. My macaws correct each other and one of my greys tells the macaws to stop it if they scream. They meow like my cats, bark like my dogs and crow like my crazy roosters. I worry and fret over Agenda 21 and the truth it holds for humans and our feather and fur and fin friends.


  4. We who live in the real world should create our own Agenda 22: What We’ll Do Afterwards! Father Berry was right to call the bizarre fake world of the NWO WonderWorld: it’s a wonder it survives another day!


  5. Good day i just got a kaleo its one year old he just copy another bird Lol sound great but i want to teach it IT cause i dont know its sex or how to tell he say nana and hot clearly i want to be able teach how i do


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