Tawny Frogmouth in Cook [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

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Subject: Tawny Frogmouth in Cook [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 09:21:42 +1000

‘Frogmouths of Yesteryear’, Muriel.   The much-observed family in the tree by Wybalena Grove, Cook, during the Great Swift Parrot Transit of Nov 04 (where Roger Curnow took his first bird photo), and the voyeuristic pair (pretending not to watch) on a level with Terry Gourlay’s bathroom window, Hackett.  Perhaps your snowflake was from the Class of ’04?




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Tawny Frogmouth in Cook, Wednesday night 27/8/8 in Teague Street.

 It floated up through the headlights from the side of the road like a large snowflake. It then glared down from a lowish branch of eucalypt  with its bristling whiskers  beautifully catching the torchlight in  the dark. No sign of it the following morning.
Muriel E

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