The lyrebird. See the Youtube video of lyrebirds in action at
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The Lyre Bird is a large mimicking bird that can be found in Australia.
the bird that likes mimicking is called the mockingbird
Burakokoar is kookaburra, the famous Australian bird.
There are actually two birds that can speak like a human which are parrots and songbirds. In addition to mimicking the human voice, they can also mimic sounds.
The Superb Lyrebird is a native Australian bird which capable of imitating hundreds of sounds, from other birdcalls, to car alarms, chainsaws and even camera shutters.
Nancy-Bird Walton was the founder of the Australian Women Pilots' Association.
A lyrebird makes realistic imitations of other bird calls, as well as equally realistically mimicking mechanical noises such as chainsaws, camera shutters and a variety of other sounds.
"Aussie" is short for "Australian" "Bird" is Australian slang for a girl Thus, an Aussie bird is slang for an Australian girl
The emu is a large, flightless Australian bird. It is on the Australian coat of arms.
There is no bird on the Australian Ten Dollar note.
no,australian bird is not the smallest bird...smallest bird is bee humming bird which has 1.5 gram of weight with 5cm height.
Australian Bird Study Association was created in 1962.
The Australian lyrebird has a great range of vocal sounds; this bird can mimic almost any noise. You should listen to some on YouTube... they're awesome.
There is no national Australian bird emblem. Australia has neither a bird emblem nor a mammal emblem - just a floral emblem, which is the Golden wattle. Some may believe the emu is the Australian bird emblem, but it is not.
why is a robin bird famous
a lyre bird can imitate 20 sounds of species of birds and some sounds of human objects
The faunal bird emblem of the Australian Capital Territory is the Gang-Gang Cockatoo.
If what you really mean is mimicking human voices, that would be mostly cockateils, parakeets, and parrots, birds like that.
Kiwi (New Zealand Bird) Kangaroo (Australian Mammal) Kukkaburra (Australian Bird) Koala (Australian Mammal)
The emu is a native Australian bird.
It very well could. Since they mimic so many different sounds, it could easily mimic an owl. As a matter of fact, my father once heard a mockingbird mimicking a car alarm.
Australia does not actually have a recognized national bird.
The bird on the South Australian flag is the Piping Shrike, an unofficial faunal emblem of South Australia.
It depends which bird you are referring to
The famous bird in hawaii is the hawaiian hibiscus