tawny frogmouths in Yarralumla

Subject: tawny frogmouths in Yarralumla
From: Alison Mackerras <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 14:06:00 +1000
Three tawny frogmouths today on a horizontal branch in a dead tree between the bike path and Alexandrina Dr near the fenced boat/trailer parking area near the yacht club. They're in the same tree where I saw two last July following postings from Marnix Zwankhuizen and Nick Payne. To quote Marnix - The tree is on the northern side of Alexandrina Drive some 30 metres west of the public toilet block by the entry way to the yacht club.


Alison Mackerras

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