Saturday, 26 September 2009

Tawny Frogmouth study - 4

Most nests are set in a horizontal fork of a tree branch, however some are craftily set on the end of broken limbs, such as this one. As he sits relaxed, the bird is difficult to discern from the branch, but when the bird sits in its concealment pose, with head erect and the bristles above his bill spread, he so resembles the broken end of the branch.

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