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Distinguishing between male and female kingfishers is easy. The male kingfisher's beak is wholly black, while the bottom half of the female's beak is orange. …

I love taking pictures of kingfishers and have taken thousands of photos, but I realized there are many pictures that I have not looked at closely. The photos I…

Welcome back! For those who missed my first post (Introduction), I'm planning on spending the year writing about my favourite photos taken to date, while I use…

It's always exciting to capture a kingfisher close-up. I've spent many hours in Bernard's Hide at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve in Suffolk waiting…

Kingfisher again! What tiny birds they are! Quite happy in the palm of Des' hand Free to go - but resting up, maybe shock or a damaged wing We took him to a…

Kingfishers are small unmistakable bright blue and orange birds of slow moving or still water. They fly rapidly, low over water, and hunt fish from riverside…
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