frogmouths at Yarralumla near Yacht Club

Subject: frogmouths at Yarralumla near Yacht Club
Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 12:07:19 +1000 (EST)
a member of the public alerted me to two tawny frogmouths roosting in a
tree near the Canberra Yacht Club.

the tree is about half way between the two driveways into the club, and at
present has some red fabric tied on it. the birds are about two thirds of
the way up, on a small dead branch about a metre out from main trunk. if
you stand near the fence of the boat parking area, in front of the red
boat and and face the road, they'll be just about right in front of you
but quite high. they've apparently been there now in exactly same spot
three days in a row - when I dropped by to have a look they were shuffling
around a bit in the wind and occasionally looking down

Sandra Henderson

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