An unfortunate way to tick a Frogmouth

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Subject: An unfortunate way to tick a Frogmouth
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2014 19:04:13 +1000
I have a guest for the night, a young Tawny Frogmouth which was hit by a car on 
the road outside the house. I have rung WIRES, and they are trying to get here 
tonight, otherwise, if it lasts the night, I will take it to the vet in the 
morning. It is the first TF I have seen on my local patch, but have a bit of a 
moral dilemma as to whether I can tick him.

Carl Clifford
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