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Guam Kingfisher (Todiramphus cinnamominus cinnamominus) is a subspecies of Micronesian Kingfisher

Guam Kingfisher (Todiramphus cinnamominus cinnamominus) is a subspecies of Micronesian Kingfisher

Numfor Paradise KingfisheR (Tanysiptera carolinae), a.k.a. Cobalt Paradise Kingfisher, is a tree kingfisher endemic to the INDONESIAN ISLAND OF NUMFOR.

Numfor Paradise Kingfisher (Tanysiptera carolinae) endemic to the Indonesian Island of Numfor

Pacific Kingfisher. (Todiramphus sacer) is a medium-sized kingfisher belonging to the subfamily Halcyoninae, the tree kingfishers. It has a wide range throughout the South Pacific islands.

(Todiramphus sacer) is a medium-sized kingfisher belonging to the subfamily Halcyoninae, the tree kingfishers. It has a wide range throughout the South Pacific islands.

Yellow-billed Kingfisher (Syma torotoro) is widespread throughout lowland New Guinea and the adjacent islands, extending to northern Cape York Pensinula in Australia.

Yellow-billed Kingfisher (Syma torotoro) is widespread throughout lowland New Guinea and the adjacent islands, extending to northern Cape York Pensinula in Australia.

Spotted Wood Kingfisher (Actenoides lindsayi) is endemic to the PHILLIPPINES.

Spotted Wood Kingfisher (Actenoides lindsayi) is endemic to the PHILLIPPINES.

Niau kingfisher (Todiramphus gertrudae) Centuries ago, the Tuamotu Kingfisher (now Niau Kingfisher) thrived on several South Pacific islands in what is now French Polynesia. Today, it’s only found on Niau Atoll, a ten-square-mile dot surrounded by deep blue ocean. Sadly it's population is in steep decline. Moving birds from Niau to Anaa may be the best hope to save them because Anaa’s coconut groves have abundant hunting perches & exposed ground, as well as a thriving lizard population.

Niau kingfisher (Todiramphus gertrudae) Centuries ago, the Tuamotu Kingfisher (now Niau Kingfisher) thrived on several South Pacific islands in what is now French Polynesia. Today, it’s only found on Niau Atoll, a ten-square-mile dot surrounded by deep blue ocean. Sadly it's population is in steep decline. Moving birds from Niau to Anaa may be the best hope to save them because Anaa’s coconut groves have abundant hunting perches & exposed ground, as well as a thriving lizard population.

Great-billed Kingfisher(Halycon melanorhyncha) photographed by Peter Ericsson at Tangkoko, Sulawesi, Indonesia on 18th August 2011. Also known as the Black-billed Kingfisher

Great-billed Kingfisher(Halycon melanorhyncha) photographed by Peter Ericsson at Tangkoko, Sulawesi, Indonesia on August Also known as the Black-billed Kingfisher

Mangrove Kingfisher, Halcyon senegaloides, has a large global range

Mangrove Kingfisher, Halcyon senegaloides, has a large global range

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