Tawnys as Raptors - NOT

To: " Chris Lloyd" <>
Subject: Tawnys as Raptors - NOT
From: "Reg Clark" <>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 16:16:17 +1000
Hello Chris.

Some years ago Jill Warner and I were watching a pair of Papuan Frogmouths 
(Podargus papuensis) nesting in a tree in a private garden in Cairns. The owner 
of the property told us that whilst gardening the previous day, he saw the male 
bird,  who had been perched nearby,  swoop out of the tree and grab and consume 
a Common Mynah in the garden and return to his perch.Of course it was a big 
chunk of bird, still , a Mynah must have been a beak full.!!!

Reg Clark
Belrose , NSW.

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