Lyrebids in Royal National Park

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Subject: Lyrebids in Royal National Park
From: "Roger Giller" <>
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2009 22:45:35 +1100
My son, a non-birder, cycles through Royal National Park, Sydney,  mostly early 
in the morning at weekends. Yesterday he saw 7 Superb Lyrebirds along an 8 km 
section of Lady Wakehurst Drive, between Otford and the bridge. He thought it 
unusual enough to let me know, as he has only seen Lyrebirds on a couple of 
times previously , and then only one on  each occasion.

The birds were seen as 3 pairs and one single and were, as he puts it, 
"fossicking" along the edge of the road. Time was around 6:30 to 7 am and there 
was almost no car traffic.

Roger Giller.

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