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Lyrebird Mimicry

Lyrebird Mimicry is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Lyrebird Mimicry books and related discussion.

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REVIEWS Vocal mimicry in songbirds
cies (other mimicry includes rosellas, Platycercus spp. lap- wings, Vanellus spp. lyrebirds, Menura spp.
Regional Variation in the Territorial Songs of Superb Lyrebirds in the
Mimicry was incorporated into some songs. The songs of seven groups are compared and described.
The Superb Lyrebird in the ELZ
AustrAliA's Green CAuldron
the amazing mimicry of Albert's Lyrebird and the call of the whip-birds, which reverberates like a whip crack through the rainforest.
The History of the Typewriter as Recited by Michael Winslow Aaron
Mimicry in nature takes on many forms ranging from self-defense to pseudocopulation.

Suggested News Resources

Sound and silence on the Seagull at Bermagui
An interview with a dairy farmer, noises of a cattle herd, bird calls and an expert description of the lyrebird's mimicry were among the recordings. At times, it was difficult to discern whether the sound was coming from the speaker or the environment.

Suggested Web Resources

Amazing! Bird sounds from the lyre bird - David Attenborough - BBC
Lyrebird Mimicry Video - YouTube
Mar 26, 2010 click our link http://thetodaybuzz.
Lyrebird - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mimicry. A lyrebird's call is a rich mixture of its own song and any number of other sounds it has heard.
BBC Nature - Superb lyrebird videos, news and facts
Superb lyrebirds are famed for their extraordinary ability to mimic.
Lyrebird: The Bird That Can Mimic Any Sound in the World

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