The Common Myna(h), also an Asian import, is so ubiquitous that many people don't know they didn't originate here. Believed to pair for life, they are extremely prolific and displace other birds, even robbing nests. Mynahs are related to starlings, and their huge gatherings generate quite a lot of noise. They are funny and endearing to watch, though, so it's hard not to love them. We don't have crows here, and I miss them.