Common name for a bird in the Sturnidae family, with the scientific
designation Sturnus malabaricus, aka Sturnia malabarica. It has a light grey
head and a yellow bill with a blue base. Its face, throat and belly are whitish
to light grey,
whilst the breast is a darker grey, yet still somewhat lighter in colour than
the dark grey upperparts, with washed, warm buffish-rufous flanks. The tail is
chestnut, and the legs and feet are pinkish-grey. It is also known as
Grey-headed Myna (fig.)
and in Thai, it is called nok king krohng klaeb hua thao (นกกิ้งโครงแกลบหัวเทา).
See also List of Thai Animal Names.