Tawny Frogmouth nesting

Curtis Hayne

Joined December 2014

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When a roosting Frogmouth is discovered, it usually adopts a cryptic posture which makes it resemble a broken-off branch: it perches stiffly, sleeking its plumage and orientating its tail along the branch, and narrowing its eyes to slits. In addition, its plumage, a blend of spots, blotches and streaks of grey, brown, black and tawny, blends in almost perfectly with its surroundings. However at night, when not roosting in disguise, they are much easier to spot.

Canon EOS 600D
F-stop: f/6.3
Exposure time: 1/400
ISO Speed: 400
Focal length: 250mm
Sandon, NSW, Australia

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