Albert's lyrebird

Subject: Albert's lyrebird
From: "jade welch" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 23:12:54 +1000
Hi All,

I don't know if anyone read my list of species i observed at lamington national park but on the list of what i saw i stated that i had seen an Albert's Lyrebird. Well it turned out to be a female but my question is are these birds seen commonly around lamington national park? Thankyou to those who helped with regards to my question about the coxens double-eyed fig parrot at lamington. No i didn't see any but i hope to one day. With the way the terrain is at lamington it will be hard to spot one but i met a couple of elderly bird watchers up their who had seen the birds before which is good to hear. Well time to go.

Yours sincerely
Jade Welch

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