Sooty Owl on Mt Glorious

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Subject: Sooty Owl on Mt Glorious
From: Carl Billingham <>
Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 14:58:13 -0700 (PDT)
I just spent last evening up at Mt Glorious (SEQld) watching a Sooty Owl 
calling on a branch no more than 10m away from me.  Amazing!  What a buzz!  
I also saw a Marbled Frogmouth (race Plumiferus), which are quite different to 
the usual Tawny Forgmouth we see.
Possibly not that interesting for some people out there but a great night of 
birding as far as I was concerned.


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