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2010-08-15 14:41:34
This is a great pic. We occasionally see Tawny Frogmouths here, their camoflage is excellent, they sit with a slight lean and just look like part of a tree's branches.
2010-08-15 12:06:57
Tawny Frogmouth Chick Meet one of the two tawny frogmouth chicks hatched just last month at SeaWorld, Orlando. Often confused with owls, the tawny frogmouth is weaker and, frankly, lazier than most owls and is native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. Well camouflaged, tawny frogmouths are so named because of their ridiculously wide beaks, already readily apparent on this tiny chick.