Frogmouth isn’t like the other birds. She doesn’t want to live in trees. is search of something more. travels land hunting for a new nesting place, but nothing feels right. On her way, she helps animals find their true homes, still searches. Only when meets Moon and hears his intriguing offer can finally home.
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The tawny frogmouth is one of Australia’s most intriguing and endearing birds. Written by award-winning author Gisela Kaplan, leading authorities on animal behaviour native birds, this second edition Tawny Frogmouth presents an easy-to-read account these unique nocturnal which can be found across almost the entire continent. Fully revised updated throughout, book combines 20 years systematic observation with published research information from regional surveys, represents comprehensive single study ever conducted frogmouths. We learn that frogmouths are very affectionate, have close bonds lifelong partners, scream like prowling tomcats when distressed, fight lightning speed defend nest sites reptilian predators mobbing spraying pungent faeces at them. Uncompromising male fights contrasted touching gentleness males as fathers. also how resilient unusual in way they cope heat cold scarcity water, sit out danger, use a large variety food items. This fascinating has wide appeal to bird lovers, amateur ornithologists naturalists, well those scientific or professional interest their communication, emotions skills.