Superb Lyrebird

Subject: Superb Lyrebird
From: Chris Ross <>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 21:39:31 +1100
We have had a Superb Lyrebird visiting our garden (the term is used
rather loosely as we have a quite bushy block) in Helensburgh, south of
the Royal NP Sydney over the past few days, it's either an immature or
female.  They are commonly seen down by the station which is on the edge
of the park and rainforesty and you will hear them when you get off the
train in winter.

First time I have seen one here in about 7 years living here, it seemes
quite fearless.  It is probably about 500m as the bird flies across a
few streets and many houses from where they are commonly seen by the


Chris Ross
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