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Please be aware that due to construction work our main catering outlets are currently closed for some exciting development work.  However, a limited menu is available from our smaller take away outlets and some sheltered seating near the entrance. We will soon be reopening a table seated pizzeria and a locally sourced all day menu café. Keep an eye on our social media for the latest updates!

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Children (3-15 Years) £16.50 £15.00
Under 3's £1.10 £1.00
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Rothschild’s Mynah

Leucopsar rothschidli

Also known as the Bali starling, the Rothschild’s mynah is part of the starling family ‘Sturnidae’. It is the national bird of Bali.

measurements

Measurements

Size: 18cm
Weight: 81-91g

habitat

Habitat

This species is endemic (found only in one place) to the Indonesian island of Bali. It is found in savannahs and shrub land during breeding season and woodlands and forests throughout the rest of the year.

diet

Diet

The Rothschild’s mynah is an omnivore (meat and plant eater) eating insects, fruit and seeds.

behaviour

Breeding

The female lays the eggs in a twig nest in a tree hole or a branch, or sometimes in old woodpecker nests. The eggs are turquoise in colour and hatch after 14 days.

threat

Conservation

There are probably only around 50 mature Rothschild’s mynah birds left in the wild! Although protected these birds are still threatened by hunting for the captive bird trade. A successful captive breeding programme is helping to increase numbers. Our Rothschild’s mynahs are part of a European Breeding Programme coordinated by Cologne Zoo, Germany.

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