Female superb lyrebirds, new discoveries

This video from Australia says about itself:

Superb Lyrebird, Courtship Song and Dance

12 November 2015

[Male] Superb Lyrebird singing and dancing with mate, just amazing creature.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology eNews from the USA, September 2016:

Discovery: Female Superb Lyrebirds Are Great Mimics

At long last the female Superb Lyrebird is emerging from the considerable shadow cast by her male counterpart. Though he is justly recognized for his terrific ability to mimic other bird species and ambient sounds, a two-year study by Cornell Lab researcher Anastasia Dalziell and colleagues finds the female is also a skilled mimic—you just have to know when to listen.

Read about the discovery.

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