With their heads pulled upwards they bear more than a passing resemblance to a chunk of wood! Although commonly mistaken for owls these birds are actually more closely related to Nightjars. They are a nocturnal bird they feeds on moths and such like. By day they roost in trees, where their camouflage can make them very difficult to spot.
We get a different species of frogmouth at home some times - you can see a post here and here.
You can find the latest post to my other blog by clicking on the Paying Ready Attention image on the RHS of the screen.
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Cheers - Stewart M