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This is a discussion on Laughing Kookaburra within the Animals (mammals, birds, insects etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; This guy came by to watch us gardening. Actually there were a pair, but these are both the same "Kooky"....

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    This guy came by to watch us gardening. Actually there were a pair, but these are both the same "Kooky".



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    nice job! what a cute little bird~!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures View Post
    nice job! what a cute little bird~!
    Thanks. Actually they are not that little. If my memory is correct, they are the world's largest kingfisher. The beak is about 100mm(4in) long.

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    Nice shots antz - I really dig the colouring on the bird's feathers!
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    Nice! Yah..the coloring is sweet!
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    Cool shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntZ View Post
    Thanks. Actually they are not that little. If my memory is correct, they are the world's largest kingfisher. The beak is about 100mm(4in) long.
    dude! that is a seriously big bird!!! he looks so dainty on the branch!

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    Very late afternoon obviously there Antz. And yes ... largest of the Kingfisher species.

    Seen a lot of these fellas lately on my bike rides.

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    Nice light in this Antz! They do look like our Kingfishers here...I didn't know they were related!
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    Quote Originally Posted by casil403 View Post
    Nice light in this Antz! They do look like our Kingfishers here...I didn't know they were related!
    i had no clue the EXISTED!

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