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    Default Re: Kingfisher in dappled light

    Nice frame filling set Paul.

    They often look around and up to be aware of any potential predators. Many a juvenile didn't and fell foul to a Sparrow Hawk.
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    Default Re: Kingfisher in dappled light

    Thanks Trev, Stan and Colin, much appreciated. I have seen that look many times where they seem to look up to the left from this place and the other bridge I watch from, it never occurred to me it could be watching for predators, though of course with their colour they must be easy to spot from a distance for any Sparrow Hawks

    Paul

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