Distribution: southern areas of China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Yunnan Province, Hainan Island India, Southeast Asia to Great Sunda Islands
Hill Mynas are 29cm long and they live in tropical rainforests and forests. They often search for fruits and berries on the top of trees in small groups. They also catch for insects, flying ants and suck honey from flowers. On the ground, they can only hop clumsily. Since they are able to imitate a person's language, they are very popular.
They receive second grade national protection.