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The frogmouths are a group of nocturnal birds related to the nightjars. They are found from the Indian Subcontinent across Southeast Asia to Australia. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Podargidae
Family: Podargidae; Gray, 1847
Phylum: Chordata
Rank: Family

Are Frogmouths Owls? / What is a Tawny Frogmouth? - Bush Heritage Australia

Their species name, strigoides, means owl-like. They're nocturnal and carnivorous, but Tawny Frogmouths aren't owls – they're more closely related to Nightjars.

What Do Frogmouth Birds Eat? / Tawny Frogmouth

The tawny frogmouth's diet consists largely of insects, making it classified as an insectivore. They also feast on spiders, worms, slugs, snails, centipedes, and even cockroaches. They opportunistically feed on small mammals, reptiles, frogs, and other types of birds.

Can You Own A Tawny Frogmouth? / owls frogmouth and nightjar pets??

You do NOT need a licence for budgies or galahs in NSW, they are on the list of species exempt from requiring a licence (along with 39 other species of birds, so 41 total exempt). It's at the back of the species list. NSW Species List has tawny frogmouths as being a species you can legally keep here. Sep 19, 2011

How Long Does A Tawny Frogmouth Live For? / Tawny Frogmouth - Billabong Sanctuary - Australian Native Wildlife ...

Studies of banded birds show that tawny frogmouths can live for up to 14 years in the wild.

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The frogmouths are a group of nocturnal birds related to the nightjars. They are found from the Indian Subcontinent across Southeast Asia to Australia.

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Frogmouth, (family Podargidae), any of numerous birds, comprising the family Podargidae in the order Caprimulgiformes, named for their characteristic broad, froglike gape. Frogmouths inhabit the forests of southeastern Asia and Australia.

Tawny Frogmouth
ABOUT. Can you see me now? While often confused for an owl (or mistaken for a frog by name), the tawny frogmouth is actually part of the nightjar family. These ...

Everything You Need to Know About the Tawny Frogmouth ...
Tawny frogmouths (Podargus strigoides) are a captivating species of nocturnal bird that, although owl-esque ...

Tawny Frogmouth
Tawny frogmouths are odd birds whose looks are owl-like and whose mouths are frog-like (hence the name). They are native to most of mainland Australia.

Tawny Frogmouth
This bird is named for its wide frog-like mouth, which it uses to capture insects, mice and yes, even frogs. The frogmouth is a master of disguise. It looks ...

Frogmouths have a large, flattened, hooked bill that looks like a frog's mouth when it is open! ... Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus strigoides Least Concern Australia