I just happened to look at the image I captured on the Bushnell NatureView tonight and noticed something…….
Take a look at these 2 images, what do you see differently?
Apart from the quality differences, there seems to be something very obvious, I don’t think they are the same Kingfisher.
The shot on the left from the Bushnell NatureView seems to clearly show a red lower beak whereas the shot on the right only has a slight colouring as I established this is a young female who’s beak is yet to turn red.
Kingfishers are very territorial so I suspect these photos are of mother and daughter. Only time will tell as I spend more time in the hide.
I’ll keep you updated.
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