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|Subject:||Re: Frogmouth on time|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 24 Sep 2018 04:55:46 +0000|
At times I worry about my observational skills. This morning coming back from our dog walk - within 30m of our house - i glanced at the ground and noticed a lot of whitewash at the foot of a spindly tree. On looking up, there was the female Frogmouth.
From the amount of guano she - and/or her partner - have spent quite a bit of time there. And I would estimate I walk past this point, on average 6 times a day. My only defence is that she was rather more camouflaged by foliage than usual.
On Mon, 24 Sep 2018 at 05:55, Martin Butterfield <> wrote:
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