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Lyre bird foraging amongst mulch

posted 19 Apr 2018, 18:41 by Jamie Derkenne   [ updated 19 Apr 2018, 18:44 ]
Lyre birds are becoming more and more common at the upper reaches of the Allyn River in northern NSW. Once confined more or less to the highlands, they are ubiquitous in the lowland areas, and have even started foraging in domestic environments. Here's a video of a female scratching among garden mulch, taken in April at the Upper Allyn Lister Village.