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Superb Lyrebirds in the Blue Mountains

By | June 8, 2022

The Blue Mountains are home to many beautiful, unique species of bird, the most common being the Superb Lyrebird. This species of songbird has been found throughout the Blue Mountains since the first European settlers moved into the area, and can be seen in almost any park or nature reserve in that area. The Superb… Read More »


The Superb Lyrebird

By | June 7, 2022

The superb lyrebird has a spectacular tail of fanned feathers, when spread out in display, looks like a lyre, which is a musical instrument of ancient Greece. The male superb lyrebird is 80-100 cm long, including his 55-cm-long tail. He is dark brown on the upper part of his body and lighter brown below, with… Read More »