Unusual Tawny Frogmouth Behaviour

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Subject: Unusual Tawny Frogmouth Behaviour
From: "Scottie" <>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 08:53:47 +1100
Hi Sandra,

Here on the central coast of NSW we noticed very similar behaviour by a pair of 
tawny frogmouths in December four years ago. On the first fine day after a 
spell of wet and cool weather the 2 birds flew down to the ground and lay 
spread-eagled as if sun-baking  -- as with yours they were in a small sunny 
patch under some trees. Not sure of the exact time, but we were having lunch 
when we spotted them. At the time I assumed they were either trying to warm up 
or dry out.

Peter Scott


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