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|Kingfisher species number 3 from my Selous, Tanzania trip. Today, probably the most common African KF.|
The Pied Kingfisher. Here shot just after getting th catch of the day.
Widely distributed in East Africa in the vicinity of water. The only black and white kingfisher in Africa.
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Beautiful picture of this Pied Kingfisher.I like its pose with fish in its natural habitat.Details on plumage with attractive B/W made this picture eye-catching.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice day tomorrow,
- [2014-02-22 10:40]
What a great catch, Ronny.
Can't ask for a better pose.
He seems to be looking at you..
And look at that little tongue.
Thanks for sharing.
- [2014-02-22 10:58]
Hi Ronny,absolutely perfect! You caught in the best way this great opportunity,great timing and spectacular quality of details and colors,i wish to do the same one day..ehehhe...Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- [2014-02-22 15:16]
This little birds body appears to be rather streamlined and not quite as bulky as many other kingfishers. I really like it's unique markings and tiny hair tuff. You managed to capture some exceptional detail and gorgeous natural colors. Photographing it with a fish in it's beak is a real bonus. Great job!!
A very interesting specie. Lovely colors and details.
They are a very few birds in my region at the moment....The migratory birds are gone....I am waiting for spring and I hope they will return as usual....
Thanks for sharing!
Unique moment two great captures i one.This species of kingfisher is very beautiful.Perfect POV. Great sharpness throughout the bird and prey. Beautiful colors and attractive catch light in the eye.Congrats