Forest Kingfisher

Forest Kingfisher
Photographed by:Bruce Mcnaughton on Mon 18th Sep, 2017 and uploaded on Mon 25th Sep, 2017 .
Resolution:788x1050
Viewed:32
ID:27556
Comment:This Forrest Kingfisher was seen returning to a roadside post after pouncing into the grass. Some grass remains in its bill from a hastily gulped down grasshopper.
Equipment:Canon EOS 7D II, Tamron SP150-600 F5-6.3 Di VC USD. 1/2500, f8, iso 800. Car hide.
Location:Mount Perry (Queensland)
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