I try to spend my blogging research time on things that pertain to goldfinches and small bird feeders since, you know, that's my business and all. Sometimes though, I get lucky and start following a thread that leads to something like this, and it's a bonus play in my day. For the serious birder, and you know who you are (and most likely you aren't here) this is properly a quite informative couple of minutes about the Lyre bird, a unique wild bird who mimics the sound of many other birds. And camera shutters. And car alarms. For the more sophomoric bird enthusiast, like myself, it's a couple of minutes of potential SNL material complete with the BBC's venerable David Attenborough crouching in the forest whispering about the "Soo-PUHB lyeh buhrd." More like a Liar bird, unless of course, it's also a chainsaw or kookaburra. It's an interesting piece which I'd give 4 stars; if The Honey Badger's venerable 'Randall' was narrating, I'd give it 5.