Woodland Kingfisher

11th January 2013
We have a large number of visiting migrant birds during the rainy months when the insect life is at its peak, and provides the best source of food.

Woodland Kingfishers come all the way from Senegal in West Africa to spend 5 months breeding and feeding in the Luangwa Valley and elsewhere in Southern Africa. They are often found on exposed branches early in the morning, to catch the morning sunshine and advertise their presence to territorial competitors.

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