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The Finest Songster BI446578

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The superb lyrebird and the Albert's lyrebird, featured in this artwork,are known for their powerful voices and ability to mimic other species in their songs. The Albert's lyrebird mimics a smaller range of species, such as the green catbird, satin bowerbird, whipbirds, and rosellas. Their song varies geographically, and males learn mimetic sequences from other lyrebirds. During the winter breeding season, males call for many hours a day and are quiet at different times. These birds are shy and hard to spot in their habitat due to dense vegetation and dim lighting.
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The superb lyrebird and the Albert's lyrebird, featured in this artwork,are known for their powerful voices and ability to mimic other species in their songs. The Albert's lyrebird mimics a smaller range of species, such as the green catbird, satin bowerbird, whipbirds, and rosellas. Their song varies geographically, and males learn mimetic sequences from other lyrebirds. During the winter breeding season, males call for many hours a day and are quiet at different times. These birds are shy and hard to spot in their habitat due to dense vegetation and dim lighting.