Frogmouth success story

I’ve had numerous reports of Tawny Frogmouths over recent weeks. Sadly these observations have included a couple of roadside fatalities. It was pleasing then to receive a call on Saturday from a fellow photographic tragic, Dean of Pound Lane, reporting a family trio – an adult with two fluffy juveniles not long out of the nest. These wonderful birds are common throughout the Newstead township and surrounding bushland – it’s always a delight to encounter them.

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Tawny Frogmouth family, Pound Lane, 28th November 2015.

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One of the youngsters later that day.

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Classic frogmouth pose.

Many thanks to Dean and Caroline for letting me know about their presence – just one of a myriad of species in their vibrant bushland garden.

6 responses to “Frogmouth success story

  1. Great shots brilliant camouflage !

  2. Gorgeous, thanks again Geoff
    cheers Tina

  3. Was a pleasure Geoff, thanks for the wonderful photos. The local bush is just a bird paradise at the moment. We are so very fortunate to share it with them.

  4. Margaret Garrard

    Absolutely fabulous

    Sent from my iPhone

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  5. lynette amaterstein

    Just love them… Superb pics Geoff.

  6. great pics Geoff. Beautiful birds.

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