birding-aus Lyrebirds at Tarra-Bulga

Subject: birding-aus Lyrebirds at Tarra-Bulga
From: "Merrilyn Serong" <>
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 23:33:24 +1000
Just had to tell someone, or lots of people, that I saw 13 superb
lyrebirds in the Tarra-Bulga National Park area (in Gippsland Vic.,
approx. 200 km south-east of Melbourne) today.  It was raining all day
which must have been to their liking.  All but 2 were male.  Where are
all the females?
Those that I saw when I was on foot ignored me and went on with their
foraging and singing and mimicry in full view.  Truly wonderful!


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