The lyre Bird is similar to the great Brown pheasant. Its wings are reddish and brown, and its bill, legs and feet are black. The adult male has a very ornate tail. When the lyre bird shows its tail, it takes the shape of a lyre. Females and young males also have tails, but lack special feathers. The tails of the magnificent lyre Bird are 80-100 cm long, with females shorter than males.
The song of the magnificent lyre Bird is famous to some extent. About 80% of his songs contain masterful, resourceful mimics. And combines in the form of a unique potpori
It mimics chain saw, car engine, monkey shouting, dog barking and the sounds of local birds. A person feels surrounded by a flock of birds. But it is only a lyre bird that makes these sounds
Another lyre bird found in Australia is the Albert lyre bird. This bird is rather red in color, and the tail of its females is less detailed.The name is named in honour of Albert, husband of Queen Victoria of England