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Green Kingfisher

Chloroceryle americana

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4 Comments

manuelariasarias77
manuelariasarias77 6 years ago

Nice photo Balulo - Maria, these grow to about 7 inches, so for the kingfishers we get here fairly small. We do get one small - the American Pygmy Kingfisher, at 5 inches.

Balulo
Balulo 6 years ago

Thanks for your comments!

To Maria , I don't really know.. It looks quite small. I was lucky, catching it standing on the branch, they ussually are flying very fast over the water.

staccyh
staccyh 6 years ago

Beautiful photos! Have never seen a green one before, thanks for sharing with us.

Maria dB
Maria dB 6 years ago

Very nice first spotting on Noah - welcome to the Project! It looks fairly small; is this species smaller than other kingfishers?

Balulo
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Balulo

Costa Rica

Spotted on Aug 6, 2013
Submitted on Dec 8, 2013

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