Re: Seeing Albert's Lyrebirds

Subject: Re: Seeing Albert's Lyrebirds
From: Shane Raidal <>
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 1997 12:10:04 +0800
At 10:03 AM 11/20/97 +1000, you wrote:
>A friend told me the best way to see Albert's Lyrebirds is to don the
>runners and jog or run (depending on how spry you're feeling)  along
>walking tracks through its known habitat.  The theory is that, if you
>startle them from the vicinity of the track they tend to alight on a
>branch nearby, whereas if you only walk they have plenty of time to hear
>you and skulk away.

Perhaps a motorbike would be even better?

Only joking.

Shane Raidal 

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