Podargus strigoides (Latham, 1801)

Tawny Frogmouth

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The Tawny Frogmouth is silver-grey, streaked and mottled with black and rusty-red. It is sometimes mistaken for an owl, but frogmouths are more closely related to nightjars. source: OZ Animals

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Record a Sighting

Location

Compiled distribution map

Occurence records map

Resources

Literature

Biodiversity Heritage Library

Content and maps have been accessed from Atlas of Living Australia (http://www.ala.org.au) and Birdlife Australia (http://birdlife.org.au/).