Suberb Lyrebird and Dingo

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Subject: Suberb Lyrebird and Dingo
From: "Neil Kirby" <>
Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2008 20:43:37 +1000
As I was walking through Blue Gum Swamp, Winmalee (63km west of Sydney)
this morning I was caught in a series of thundery showers that seemed to
encourage several Superb Lyrebirds to burst into song. One bird near the
turn-off to Bees Nest Hill began to repeatedly imitate the weird
cackling call of the White-throated Nightjar. The lightening and thunder
also seemed to unsettle a Dingo that began howling on Grose Head South
as I climbed out of the valley opposite on Shaw's Ridge.
Neil Kirby
Winmalee NSW

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