Lyrebirds learning artificial sounds

Subject: Lyrebirds learning artificial sounds
From: "Richard Jordan" <>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 19:25:28 +1100 (EST)
Hi everyone,

I thought my lyrebird posting would open up a can of pandoras. My
challenge stands - can anyone direct me to a recording of a wild lyrebird
mimicing a mechanical sound? In this day of the ubiquitous iPhone and
other cheap recording devices I expect some good news in the near future.
I certainly believe it is possible - I just haven't heard the evidence.

Best regards, Richard (the sceptic)

Richard Jordan
PO Box 449
NSW 2454

ph 02 6655 9456

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