Insect-eating Kingfisher

Raja udang biru/ Halcyon chloris

The Collared Kingfisher is very common around rivers, gardens and secondary forests. This bird is very good at adapting to the environment. It is often observed singing from the dried branches on the canopy of trees. They eat insects and sometimes fishes or crabs.

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Nikon F100 with 300mm f.2.8 manual focus lens + TC 2X; 1/250 sec. at f.5.6; Fuji PROVIA 100F; tripod; kamouflage.

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