Two baby Tawny Frogmouths hiding in a tree trunk.

Timber: Camphor Laurel
Size: 23cm by 41cm or 9" by 16"

Tawny Frogmouth Podargus strigoides 34-52cm
“Probably the best known Australian nocturnal bird; occasionally seen in camouflage pose on an exposed limb, stiffly posed to mimic a broken branch…. Habitat: woodlands, open eucalypt forests and wide variety of other vegetation types; least often seen in treeless deserts, rainforest and wet, dense, tall eucalypt forests…” ( page 200 Field Guide to Australian Birds. Michael Morcombe. c.2003)

(For the group 60 and Beyond… I am 61yrs.)

Hi, my name is Robyn J. Blackford. I am a retired nurse who loves photography, pyrography and writing. I live with my husband in the rainforest of Tallebudgera Valley in Queensland, Australia.

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Comments

  • RobynLee
    RobynLeeabout 1 year ago

    Very Unique & Eye-catching work! Btw,I noticed your’e a Robyn w/a Y as well:-)

  • Thanks Robyn, for your kind comment about my Tawny Frogmouths. And yes, I noticed the Y when I was adding photos to your hat group. Robyn :)

    – aussiebushstick

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