|Subject:||About Lyrebirds at "the big hole"|
|From:||"Philip Veerman" <>|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Sep 2010 23:09:31 +1000|
Recently someone sent in a photo of a lyrebird's nest very exposed on a rock ledge. Last night I was looking through the Canberra Times (that I obtain sometimes on Saturday but it takes a month or two to get through them). The Panorama insert of 31 July 2010 page 47 has a long description (and one little photo) describing the long history (going back to 1980) of observations of one Superb Lyrebird (or it may be more) that likes to live deep in "the big hole" near Captains Flat.
This has nothing to do with me, I am just passing on the message. If someone is interested who doesn't have the paper I can pass it on.
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