Well thats nearly the right spelling for the following piece.
It all starts because of nearly having a casualty today while out riding the local road system and after some reading am realising how lucky I am in this area seeing the flora and fauna that I do happen across while riding.
So to the title it needs to be spellchecked as the one I need is the spelling of LYRE
As I nearly hit a Lyrebird of which I see lots of as you go up through the east coast national parks around where I am today but after some weaving he or she lives to tell there lies once more around the aussie bush.
heres what they look like
and they must be a pretty treasured little fellow as they are the emblem of the N.S.W. NATIONAL PARKS
So they are very quick at running and can sort of glide but they do not actually fly as birds do which may come from the environment of where they live in the rainforest area and have become a ground luvin bird.
WIKI LINK for more information on the little fellow
and for those non aussies reading they are one of the greatest mimickers you have ever heard of any sounds from other animals to man made sounds .Here's 2 videos showing off there talents and when you ever get the chance to be out in there area and you can sit and just listen to the bush sounds they are amazing to hear live .
AMAZING SOUNDS link of what they can mimic
VID a David Attenborough video
So another great ride with nature thrown in which makes it even better in my opinion and that one lives to lie for another day
and NO BIKE pics as I yep stupid me left the camera on the bench