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The Lyrebird is a charismatic Australian bird that inhabits woodlands and our currency (it shares the 10c piece with Her Majesty the Queen).

The Lyrebird is renowned for having the amazing ability to mimic the calls of other birds, and further, noises of the surrounding environment (e.g. chainsaws).

Lyrebird Communications is a small business established to tell stories about the environment, and how we can make it better.

We do a variety of things, including providing executive leadership, communications, and environmental policy and program support.

To work with us, shout out.

Our Pilotbird blog helps us tell stories, seek feedback, and share ideas. If you would like to contribute let us know.

Here is a bit about the Lyrebird and it’s close ally, the Pilotbird

Jason Cummings is a principal of Lyrebird Communications.

My background includes executive leadership of environmental not-for-profit organisations, government relations and advocacy, and environmental research and analysis roles.  I started my career enjoying PhD studies in ecological restoration, before transitioning to more applied opportunities in environmental practice.

The easiest way to contact us is via email – you will have to re-type the address in the image, to help us limit spam:

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mum #

    The banners across the top go past too quickly. Not enough time to read the speel when it is more than 3 lines long.

    October 21, 2016
    • Thanks Grandma – let me know if you can keep up after i have increased time avail by 30%+

      November 28, 2016

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