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Tawny Frogmouth

Podargus strigoides


Any habitat except denser forest/bush and treeless area.


Young specimen

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calabuig52 11 years ago

Esta ave no la conocía me parecio un tipo de buho o lechuza pequeña, luchemos por el maravilloso mundo de la naturaleza al que cada día estamos atacando mas y más. Un saludo

lori.tas 11 years ago

I can't imagine a Frogmouth feeling terribly confined, as they mostly just sit in trees and wait for an insect to show up on the ground below. And then drop on it. That said, I'm glad it will eventually be released.

RicardoBayshark 11 years ago

Because bird has been found very young just side of the road and taken to sanctuary to grow up.

chantel.minnaar 11 years ago

I thought it was a type of owl but i see its not. Very interesting :)

RicardoBayshark 11 years ago

I use iPhone and I just learning how to use Noah

peter 11 years ago

Missing location. Did you upload this through mobile or web?

RicardoBayshark 11 years ago

Australia, NSW, Boorowa

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2586, New South Wales, Australia

Spotted on Mar 13, 2011
Submitted on Mar 13, 2011

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