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Lyrebird's Amazing Bird Sound You may have seen coverage of Lyrebird sounds imitating human voices, chainsaws, and mimicking sounds.  While they are mates for their spectacular mating display functions, biologists have yet to solve the function of avian mimicry, Lyrebird vocalizations serve more than one function.  Many Australian songbirds imitate interesting bird sounds of other species.

Try to listen to the wonderful bird song sounds unique to hear Birds are native Australian birds.  They make some of Australia's most beautiful birds.  Some say it is the best songbird of all time.  Unique sounds of these native Australian birds along with the most amazing bird sounds.

 The Amazing Lyrebird: The Best Songbird!  It is still wonderful to hear the beautiful birds chirping.  Native Australian birds are very beautiful and unique to look at.  One of the strangest birds in the world, the Lyrebird looks like a raccoon. Lyrebirds are amazing birds that are very unique among these native Australian birds.

The lyrebird reproduces individual songs and the chatter of flocks of other birds with great fidelity, and also imitates other animals such as koalas and dingoes.  Amazing Bird Sound Lyrebird is able to imitate almost any bird sound and has been recorded imitating human sounds such as grinder's whistle, cross-cut saw, chainsaw, car engine and car alarm, fire alarm, rifle-shot, barking of dogs, children.  Crying, music, mobile phone ringing and even human voices.  However, while human vocal imitation is widely reported, the extent to which it occurs is exaggerated and the phenomenon is uncommon in these beautiful Australian birds.

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 This bird is found in Australia.  The endangered bird mimics any sound, from the sound of a car driving to the sound of a gun, making about 40 sounds.