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 ” Lyrebird country “   My work was influenced as a young child walking the bush lands of the upper ranges with my Aunt and Uncle ,The Australian Lyrebird is the most notable for their superb ability to mimic natural and artificial sounds as using chain saws in the bush they live in ,

Lyrebirds feed on the ground and as individuals. A range of invertebrate prey is taken, including insects such as cockroaches, beetles (both adults and larvae), earwigs, fly larvae, and the adults and larvae of moths. Other prey taken includes centipedes, spiders, earthworms. Less commonly taken prey includes stick insects, bugs, amphipods, lizards, frogs and occasionally, seeds. They find food by scratching with their feet through the leaf-litter.

Lyrebird country

Wendy Owen

AUD$680
Size: 30w x 30h cms
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 ” Lyrebird country “   My work was influenced as a young child walking the bush lands of the upper ranges with my Aunt and Uncle ,The Australian Lyrebird is the most notable for their superb ability to mimic natural and artificial sounds as using chain saws in the bush they live in ,

Lyrebirds feed on the ground and as individuals. A range of invertebrate prey is taken, including insects such as cockroaches, beetles (both adults and larvae), earwigs, fly larvae, and the adults and larvae of moths. Other prey taken includes centipedes, spiders, earthworms. Less commonly taken prey includes stick insects, bugs, amphipods, lizards, frogs and occasionally, seeds. They find food by scratching with their feet through the leaf-litter.