I am delighted to let you know the wonderful historic Buda at Castlemaine is now stocking my art works. Thank you to Viv and the team for this support, I appreciate it.
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.
The latest Tawny Frogmouth to grace our home, circa 2014
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.
Our lovely Tawny Frogmouths have returned to nest and bring up chick/s. Love seeing them every year!
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.