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adult
They are one of the smallest kingfishers in the world. Roughly the size of a mid-sized hummingbird.
Male and female. This is probably shortly after mating, during nest-building. They nest in a hole that they dig in a vertical mud wall, in dark, covered river/stream beds. Thus, the bits of mud on their beaks. Incubation and feeding are done by both parents.
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Feb 3 2021
male, adult
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Feb 13 2022
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May 16 2022
male, adult
The Greater Painted Snipe is polyandrous, bonding with several males during the mating season. Once eggs are laid, males provide incubation and bring up the young ones.
Jun 16
Jun 15 2022
adult
Crested Hawk-eagle aka Changeable Hawk-eagle, due to its wide variation in plumage, from pale to dark, varying with moult and age.
Jun 16