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Belted Kingfisher Collection

"Captivating the Skies: The Belted Kingfisher in Action" Witness the majestic belted kingfisher bird

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted kingfisher bird

Belted kingfisher bird
A photograph of an original hand-colored engraving from The History of British Birds by Morris published in 1853-1891

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Angel's wings

Angel's wings
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Canada, British Columbia, Boundary Bay, belted kingfisher, winter fishing

Canada, British Columbia, Boundary Bay, belted kingfisher, winter fishing

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) female taking flight from perch, Lansing, New York, USA

Belted kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) female taking flight from perch, Lansing, New York, USA. Digital composite

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Take off

Take off
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Yoga time

Yoga time
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Kingfisher in action

Kingfisher in action
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Breaking the waves

Breaking the waves
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Water ballet

Water ballet
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Takes off from the water

Takes off from the water
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Wonderful Splash

Wonderful Splash
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher with catch

Belted Kingfisher with catch
Johnny Chen

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: USA, Colorado, Timnath. Adult female belted kingfisher in tree

USA, Colorado, Timnath. Adult female belted kingfisher in tree

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: USA, Colorado, Timnath. Adult male belted kingfisher in tree

USA, Colorado, Timnath. Adult male belted kingfisher in tree

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: An adult female belted kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon), Misty Fjords National Monument

An adult female belted kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon), Misty Fjords National Monument, Southeast Alaska, United States of America, North America

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Fish-Destroying Birds (engraving)

Fish-Destroying Birds (engraving)
1616463 Fish-Destroying Birds (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fish-Destroying Birds)

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, males 1, female 2

Belted kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, males 1, female 2
6338339 Belted kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, males 1, female 2 by Audubon, John James (1785-1851) (after); (add.info.: Belted kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, males 1, female 2)

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: The Belted Kingfisher (chromolitho)

The Belted Kingfisher (chromolitho)
3643921 The Belted Kingfisher (chromolitho) by Lydon, Alexander Francis (1836-1917); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Belted Kingfisher)

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingsfisher, 1830. Creator: Robert Havell

Belted Kingsfisher, 1830. Creator: Robert Havell
Belted Kingsfisher, 1830

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted kingfisher with fish

Belted kingfisher with fish
Jim Cumming

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: A Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle Alcyon) Waits To Dive For Small Fish; Astoria, Oregon

A Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle Alcyon) Waits To Dive For Small Fish; Astoria, Oregon, United States Of America

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon), British Columbia, Canada

Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon), British Columbia, Canada

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: USA, Blaine, Washington. Male Belted Kingfisher leaps from seaside perch

USA, Blaine, Washington. Male Belted Kingfisher leaps from seaside perch

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) female on log in wetland, Marion Co, Illinois

Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) female on log in wetland, Marion Co, Illinois
Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) female on log in wetland, Marion County, Illinois

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted kingfisher bird lithograph 1890

Belted kingfisher bird lithograph 1890
Report on the Birds of Pennsylvania by B.H.Warren M.D. 1890

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: USA, Seattle, Washington. Male Belted Kingfisher with fish, near Foster Island, Union Bay

USA, Seattle, Washington. Male Belted Kingfisher with fish, near Foster Island, Union Bay

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, young with Catfish, Starr County, Rio Grande Valley

Belted Kingfisher, Megaceryle alcyon, young with Catfish, Starr County, Rio Grande Valley, Texas, USA

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Megaceryle alcyon, belted kingfisher

Megaceryle alcyon, belted kingfisher
Plate 69, hand coloured etching from The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama islands (1731-43) Vol. 1 by Mark Catesby

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon, Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon)

Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon, Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon)

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: AUDUBON: KINGFISHER, 1827. Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon)

AUDUBON: KINGFISHER, 1827. Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon) by John James Audubon for his Birds of America
AUDUBON: KINGFISHER, 1827. Belted Kingfisher (Megaceryle alcyon) by John James Audubon for his " Birds of America, " 1827-38

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher - male. December in CT, USA

Belted Kingfisher - male. December in CT, USA
JZ-3689 Belted Kingfisher - male. December in CT, USA Ceryle alcyon Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher - male with beak open - December in CT, USA

Belted Kingfisher - male with beak open - December in CT, USA
JZ-3690 Belted Kingfisher - male with beak open December in CT, USA Ceryle alcyon Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBelted Kingfisher Collection: Belted Kingfisher - male with fish in mouth - December in CT, USA

Belted Kingfisher - male with fish in mouth - December in CT, USA
JZ-3692 Belted Kingfisher - male with fish in mouth December in CT, USA Ceryle alcyon Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way



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"Captivating the Skies: The Belted Kingfisher in Action" Witness the majestic belted kingfisher bird, a true marvel of nature found in the vast landscapes of North America, particularly Texas. With its vibrant colors and distinctive markings, this avian wonder is a sight to behold. In their natural habitat, these agile creatures showcase their remarkable hunting skills. Watch as they take off from the water with grace and precision, creating a wonderful splash that mesmerizes onlookers. Their keen eyesight allows them to spot fish beneath the surface, making them exceptional fishermen. One can't help but admire their aerial acrobatics as they soar through the air like ballet dancers performing an enchanting water ballet. Whether perched on a branch or mid-flight, these belted kingfishers exude elegance and poise. A female belted kingfisher captured in Lansing, New York showcases her yoga-like flexibility during takeoff from her perch. This snapshot perfectly encapsulates their ability to adapt and thrive in diverse environments across America. Even when not near bodies of water, these magnificent birds continue to captivate our hearts. In Timnath, Colorado, an adult female belted kingfisher gracefully rests atop a tree branch – a serene moment frozen in time. The belt's striking blue plumage paired with its white underbelly creates an eye-catching contrast against any backdrop it chooses to call home. Its regal appearance truly befits its name – the Belted Kingfisher. So next time you find yourself near rivers or lakeshores across North America's great expanses or even just glimpsing one perched high above your head.