The hill mynah it the species of mynah bird that is most commonly seen in aviaries and as pets.
the hill mynah had black plumage that has a green or purple gloss to it, and bright yellow or orange feather-less skin on its head and nape. The bird is typically just under a foot in length. Hill mynah birds can produce a wide range of calls, from whistles and screeches to human-like sounds to gurgles. The birds are more vocal at sunset and sunrise when they congregate in small groups in the forest canopy. The unique vocalization of the mynah makes it a favorite among bird enthusiast.