Subject: creeping
From: Bron King <>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 00:38:37
At last I feel qualified to give lyrebird peering advice.  We've had 40
 near Brown Mountain in NSW for 15 years, which is populated fairly thickly
Superb LBs.  We hear them, glimpse them,and regularly run into their babies
on low branches, them but never get to 
WATCH them. 

 Until our last visit, when a very lucky 15 minute creep sans 
running shoes of any description brought me within 2 metres of a male.  
He scratched and called for 15 minutes, then wandered off through the
 rainforest gulley, leaving me a richer watcher! 

Bronwyn King
ACT Australia

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