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Tawny frogmouth

Australia·Bird

These nocturnal birds mate for life. During mating season, males will groom females for 10 or more minutes. Males and females share the responsibility of nest building, and both take turns incubating the eggs at night, but during the day only the male will incubate the eggs.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Life span10-14 years
  • Body size13.4-20.9 in.
  • Native habitat Forests, shrublands, and grasslands of Australia
  • DietInsects, invertebrates, small mammals, reptiles, frogs, small birds
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