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Friday, March 28, 2008

Sherbrooke Forest Lyrebird Walk

The Sherbrooke Forest, 40 km east of Melbourne, in the Dandenong Ranges National Park, is one of the main habitats of the lyrebird.

These extremely shy creatures may sometimes be seen on or adjacent to the many walking tracks in the forest.

I visited the eastern section of the forest on March 27, 2008, on a 5 km circuit hike starting from Cook's Corner, Kallista, along the Lyrebird Track, Neumann Track, Fovet Track, and Hall Track.

I saw only one lyrebird, which was very photo-shy!

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