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Kingfisher on Garden Stake: The kingfisher is attached to a 2’ long garden stake.
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Kingfisher on Big Branch: The kingfisher is attached to a special 12” long branch. This branch is bigger and longer than the regular tree branch.
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Kingfisher on Short Branch: The kingfisher is attached to a 4” long branch. 

Did You Know??

From Cornell Lab of Ornithology 

With its top-heavy physique, energetic flight, and piercing rattle, the Belted Kingfisher seems to have an air of self-importance as it patrols up and down rivers and shorelines. It nests in burrows along earthen banks and feeds almost entirely on aquatic prey, diving to catch fish and crayfish with its heavy, straight bill. These ragged-crested birds are a powdery blue-gray; males have one blue band across the white breast, while females have a blue and a chestnut band.

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