You can find Belted Kingfisher across North America, Ringed Kingfisher in South Texas, and Green Kingfisher in southern Texas and southeastern Arizona -- or you can look below! We chose the images from our photo galleries.
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BELTED KINGFISHER: Mike Daley (krzirsh) discovered this female kingfisher perched on a branch over a small lake in Rock Island, Illinois.
BELTED KINGFISHER: This female flew over Cbbortz at Alcoa Marsh in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
RINGED KINGFISHER: This kingfisher is found in the U.S., but Lora Render photographed this male in Costa Rica.
GREEN KINGFISHER: This male was fishing on the San Marcos River in San Marcos, Texas. Gallery contributor tropicbird took its photo.
GREEN KINGFISHER: Lora Render spotted this female Green Kingfisher along the San Marcos River in San Marcos, Texas.
Watch a video of a Black-capped Kingfisher in Thailand banging a crab against a wood post.
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