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Tawny Frogmouth pairs stay together until one of the pair dies. They breed from August to December. They usually use the same nest each year, and must make repairs to their loose, untidy platforms of sticks. After mating, the female lays two or three eggs onto a lining of green leaves in the nest. Both male and female take turns sitting on the eggs to incubate them until they hatch about 25 days later. Both parents help feed the chicks.
Canon 7D, 150-500mm F5-6.3 APO DG OS

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tawny frogmouth, podargus strigoides, nightjar, australian, nocturnal, nest, nesting, breeding, owl, camouflage, birth, chick, juvenile, adult male, nap, northern rivers, paperbark tree

Many thanks for checking out my photos, please feel free to give feedback! My wanderings in nature and observations of birds, particularly raptors, is what gives me great joy and constantly reminds me of the beauty and strength of life. My favourites are raptors, I love their freedom, grace, ruthlessness, pride, adaptability and flexibility and I learn much about parenting, protection and blind faith from them.
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  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 1 year ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Beautiful Work
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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 1 year ago

  • swaby
    swabyover 1 year ago

    Fantastic capture Deb!

  • Many thanks Tina, such beautiful birds!

    – byronbackyard

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