Trip Report-Dandenongs

Subject: Trip Report-Dandenongs
From: (Scott Chandry)
Date: Mon, 02 Jun 1997 13:59:37 +0000

On Sunday I went for a quick walk in the Dandenong Ranges National Park in 
Victoria.  For non-Victorians this park is about 35km east of the Melbourne 
CBD. I was walking on a track at the edge of the region burned during this 
summers bushfires.  There was only one highlight and that was a pair of 
powerful owls perched above the Lyrebird track just downhill from the 
junction with the Link track.  I got so excited that it attracted their 
attention and I just know they were looking down at me and thinking what is 
wrong with that idiot.  There were lots of droppings (but no obvious pellets) 
on the track below their perch.  I haven't had a look at Thomas and Thomas so 
I don't know if this is where they say to find the powerful owls.


P. Scott Chandry

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