They have bright blue upper parts with their underside and ear coverts being orange in colour. They have white patches on each side of their neck and on their chin. Their legs are red with a dark blue stripe and males have a black bill where as the bill of females is black with a reddish/orange base.
Common Kingfishers are found near lakes, ponds, canals, streams and slow moving rivers. Each individual secures a territory with an adequate food supply and this is usually a stretch of river between 1 and 3 kms (0.6 - 1.9 miles) in length. Feed upon fish, aquatic invertebrates and amphibians.
beak suggests its a female