It is endemic to the island of Bali in Indonesia and is the only surviving species. For example, the Bali myna (Leucopsar rothschildi) is often called the Bali starling. FNPF staff and volunteers monitor every sapling planted for three years to ensure a minimum 70% survival rate. [2], During breeding season, males attract females by calling loudly and bobbing up and down. The bird has blue bare skin around the eyes, greyish legs and a yellow bill. //