Myna strangled by fishing line at Lower Peirce
By Derek Liew, 22nd December 2014;
“I was taking a walk at Lower Peirce this morning when I encountered a myna strangled by a fishing line hanging on a Birdnest Fern (Asplenium nidus) growing on the branch of a Rain Tree (Samanea saman) at the car park.
“The myna was removed by a long pruner and we found there was a fishing line tied around its neck.“
Source: Bird Ecology Study Group