Is it a bird? Is it a branch? It’s a tawny frogmouth! How many can you see?
Tawny frogmouths photographed by Wayne Longmore Check out this amazing photo taken by Wayne Longmore during a Bush Blitz at Neds Corner Station in Victoria… our latest internet sensation! Found right across Australia, the poor tawny frogmouth is often mistaken for an owl because of its nocturnal antics and similar colouring. During the day they rest, cleverly camouflaging themselves to look like part of a branch.