We have Kingfisher's in Tennessee.
There are Kingfishers in North America, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the UK. In fact they are a worldwide species. There are around 90 species of Kingfisher. The Australian type being the Forest kookaburra. The North American being the Belted Kingfisher, the African and Asian being the Pied Kingfisher and the European and UK being the standard blue-green and orange colourful kingfisher.
They are almost always found living near to Streams and Rivers and live on small fish that they dive for. They have their nest in the riverbank and are prey to foxes and mink.
Yes, the belted kingfisher.
They live for 7 years.
No, they live in the Americas only
The answer is kingfisher
Ive seen them in Tennessee
they live where there is fresh water and lots of little fish
near lakes or rivers were fish and frogs live
between 2-7 years
ducks , swans and kingfisher's
kingfisher first, kingfisher classic, kingfisher red
Yes, Kingfishers like the Amazon and Forest Kingfishers live in the forest.
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No, a kingfisher is a bird
No, a kingfisher is a bird.
Kingfisher is definitely a bird
The KingFISHER eats fish.
The plural of kingfisher is kingfishers.
Because its name is kingfisher.
I would say an egg
The "Kookaburra" is said to have a "laughing" call (it is a species of kingfisher).