Woodland Kingfishers

A pair of Woodland Kingfishers are nesting on Western Link, north of Renosterkop. I saw them this morning whilst on morning safari. They are nesting a hole which has been made by a woodpecker. The Woodland Kingfisher is an inter- african migrant and heads up to places like Angola during the cold South African winter, returning again the next summer season to once again breed.


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One Response to “Woodland Kingfishers”

  1. cole says:

    i am really interested in these birds with all there majestic colours please tell me how they are doing in the future

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