Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur

Sitio realizado por aficionados a la observación de aves desde 10 de enero 2006

Amazon Kingfisher - Historic records

Order: - Family: Alcedinidae

29-07-17 © Sergio Cusano

We were at the viewpoint and suddenly this male landed in a nearby branch. Attentive to preys the kingfisher dived into the water on three occasions and after lunch a conforting preening. He stayed quite a while

29-07-17 © Sergio Cusano

We were at the viewpoint and suddenly this male landed in a nearby branch. Attentive to preys the kingfisher dived into the water on three occasions and after lunch a conforting preening. He stayed quite a while

29-07-17 © Sergio Cusano

We were at the viewpoint and suddenly this male landed in a nearby branch. Attentive to preys the kingfisher dived into the water on three occasions and after lunch a conforting preening. He stayed quite a while

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

01-05-17 © Ernesto Gulisano

Last year in May Claudia photographed the female Amazon Kingfisher for the first time. This 1st of May Ernesto had the chance with the male. This is the least seen of the three kingfisher species.
Ernesto enjoyed the presence of this male a while. Either perched or hovering, the kingfisher dives to catch the prey.

14-05-16 © Sergio Cusano

Seen at the Brasil end

14-05-16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Seen at the Brasil end

14-05-16 © Claudia Mon

Vista at the Brasil end

07-05-16 © Claudia Mon
07-05-16 © Claudia Mon
07-05-16 © Claudia Mon
07-05-16 © Claudia Mon
07-05-16 © Claudia Mon
Total: 19

Perched/standing

29-07-17 © Cora Rimoldi
Total: 1