Tawny FrogmouthBook - 2007
The strange tawny frogmouth is often thought to be a species of owl, but it is related to nightjars. A true master of disguise, the tawny frogmouth can sit a few metres from you and still not be spotted. They catch their prey with their beaks rather than with their talons. This book is an overview of one of Australia's most intriguing birds.
Publisher: Collingwood : 2007. CSIRO,
Branch Call Number: ANF 598.99 KAPL
Characteristics: 155 p. : ill. ; 24 cm