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ONLINE ! Lyrebird Information & Briefing Session

When and where?

12th Jul 2024, 7:30pm to 8:30pm



About the Event

Listening listening Listening……… is time for the Annual Lyrebird Count again!

Lyrebird expert Dr Alex Maisey will be speaking at our briefing evening on the topic: Restoration, Revegetation and Remnants: rebuilding birdlife for functional landscapes

All are welcome to listen in! 

WHEN : Friday 12th July, 7:30-8:30pm


COST: Free


This event is for the VIDEO LINK to our briefing session. To come in person, RSVP here

Now in its 11th year, the Annual Lyrebird Count is an initiative by a group of local volunteers who track lyrebird activity in the Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, South Gippsland. Each year, the group spend 2 short, early morning stints over a weekend listening and recording the location of Menura novaehollandiae - the superb lyrebird. This year, we would love for you to join us! Training is provided, and newcomers are paired with experienced listeners and recorders.

The Annual Lyrebird Count weekend includes 3 sessions - a volunteer briefing on Friday 12th July, followed by dawn listening sessions on both Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th.

To kick the weekend off is an information and briefing evening with Dr Alex Maisey, Research Fellow at LaTrobe University and expert on the Superb Lyrebird of south-east Australia. Dr Maisey will present information on what to listen for, and how to record compass bearings.

For those coming in person, Marg Watson will be dispensing kits for the listening sessions, that include tailored details for listening locations.Important note: to participate in the listening sessions on Saturday and Sunday, participants are required to attend this briefing on Friday night and collect a kit. Please register for the listening events separately (one, or both!). 

CONTACT: Your contact for this event is Marg Watson 0488 592 725

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