|Subject:||Lyrebirds mimicking chainsaws: fact or lie?|
|From:||Susanne Gardiner <>|
|Date:||Wed, 5 Feb 2014 00:27:08 +0000 (GMT)|
I've also observed them do motor and mechanical sounds in Kangaroo Valley years ago, when I lived there.
They are also the only bird I've successfully attracted with one of those little red Audubon Bird callers.
From: Chris Sanderson
Hmm, well I have personally observed a Superb Lyrebird mimicking a chainsaw in Tasmania - a feral population but still a bird in the wild. It was right next to a cleared and burned area of forest that had probably been logged in the past few weeks.
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