Thanks to WRES for rescuing this Tawny Frogmouth and growing him ready for release. Neil brought him around tonight on dusk to release him back where he was born. How lovely and great thank you to all at WRES.
We were thrilled that our resident Tawny Frogmouth family decided to rest in a tree closer to the ground and so we could take a few more images before they disappear again.
This evening Bill wondered what our dog was looking at and upon investigation he found one of this years Tawny Frogmouth’s chick on the ground. It was clearly too young to fly back up to its mumma or poppa so we phoned Wildlife Rescue. While waiting we decided to put the chick into a boxContinue reading “Tawny Chick Rescue”
Don’t you just love the Tawny Frogmouth’s patience waiting for one or two eggs to hatch.
https://sharongreenaway.com/?s=Tawny For those people who liked my recent post about our Tawny friends, here is a link to my posts over the last few years as I record their time here while I am here.
These lovely birds are quite tolerant of me and my camera, although I do not annoy them much. Fine art prints are available from me for purchase for all nature lovers
Peeps out from under it’s parent, while still on the nest. Next day parent and chic have moved to a fresh branch.
We saw this pair here last year in August, however they are back here already. It is like they are part of the family…hope their young one survived.
We were privileged to witness a pair of Tawny Frogmouths for a period of 3 months as they prepared to start a new family. From the first pics taken on the 19th August 2012 to the last ones (27th November 2012) before the family moved on we enjoyed witnessing and listening to these lovely birds.Continue reading “Tawny Timeline”