Sacred Kingfishers are one of the later spring migrants to arrive but its been pleasing to see them back in good numbers. Over the past week I’ve observed them in a number of familiar haunts – at a couple of locations on the Loddon close to town, at Green Gully and in the Mia Mia. While kingfishers are often associated with water, they will quite happily breed in forest and woodland habitat. That’s a pretty handy strategy with this year looking like it will be much drier than average.
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