Tawny Frogmouth's are often perceived as owls, but they actually members of the nightjar family.
They are nocturnal.
Kookaburras live in close family groups.
Not only do they mate for life, they keep their off-spring around for up to 3 years to help with future chick raising.
The distinctive “laugh” of a Kookaburra is actually to warn off other Kookaburra from their territory.