"Birds" - a note of caution

Subject: "Birds" - a note of caution
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 08:46:42 +1100
Chris wondered about the "Attenborough lyrebird" imitating all manner of 
inanimate sounds.

This was a captive bird at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria.  This bird 
was apparently well known for picking up all manner of frequently heard 
noises such as the motor drive of cameras.


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