Mimicry by Lyrebird

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Subject: Mimicry by Lyrebird
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 10:02:58 +1000
Oops!  Sorry.

In my posting yesterday about the Superb Lyrebird call that sounds like the
puffing of a steam loco, I said I heard one at Mt Ainsley.  Should have been
Mt Airly.

It was a Freudian slip:  there's a gorgeous blonde called Ainsley who lives
a few houses along in our street.  (She will have her third birthday



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