NAME |Tawny Frogmouth | |
|SCIENTFIC NAME |Podargus Strigoides | |CLASSIFICATION |Aves | |DESCRIPTION |The male and female of this slightly bulky species look alike. | | |Wild Tawny Frogmouths generally weigh up to 650 grams. They have a| | |frog-like mouth and are a pale grey, heavily streaked with dark | | |grey and dark brown. The irises of their eyes are a bright yellow.| | |Their bill is blue-grey, slightly hooked, feathered to the tip and| | |extremely broad. | |DIET |The Tawny Frogmouth mainly eats insects, arthropods, spiders, | | |frogs and occasionally small mammals. Their prey is caught with | | |their beak. They usually wait for their prey to come to them by | | |perching on a low branch. | |HABITAT |Tawny Frogmouths live in trees and usually build a nest in the | | |fork of a tree. They are usually found throughout Australia, | |...
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