Wednesday, 6 October 2021

Wild Bird Wednesdy 480 - Kingfishers

This week Melbourne achieved the unenviable distinction of being the town that has spent the longest time in lock down as a result of you know what.  A while ago in an attempt to raise my spirits, I collated all the pictures of Kingfishers I had taken and shared them a day at a time on Facebook.  People seemed to like them, so here is the collection.

Blue Winged Kookaburra - Australia

Forest Kingfisher - Australia

Common Kingfisher - UK

Laughing Kookaburra - Australia

Little Kingfisher - Australia

Sacred Kingfisher - Australia

White Fronted Kingfisher - India

Azure Kingfisher - Australia

Wonderful birds one and all.  Lets hope we are all out and about soon.

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12 comments:

  1. Stay safe friend. This too will end.

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  2. Well who does not love Kingfishers. They are all beautiful in their own way Stewart. Thanks for hosting still take care and have a good week ahead

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  3. I really enjoy kingfishers but our are plain compared to yours! That second last one is exceptionally beautiful.

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  4. I am so pleased you included the UK one as I am a huge fan. I have seen one a few times. Well truth be known I have seen the iridescent blue flash as it speeds past. Hope you get your freedom back soon.

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  5. What a collection! I feel deprived as we have only one local species. Did pick up two more once on a trip to south Texas.

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  6. Hari Om
    A fruitful collection of fine feathers brought about due to restrictions - so not all bad! YAM xx

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  7. Great collection of kingfishers. Nice to see the Common and White-throated variety that we have here in Bangalore.

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  8. That is quite a gallery, Stewart. I shall look forward to your illustrated guide.

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  9. Beautiful birds! And so much more colorful than the Kingfishers here in the US

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  10. Amazing collection Stewart and very beautifull kingfishers.

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  11. Magnificent! I've never seen one in person. Hope your lockdown is soon over.

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