The European Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis)

The kingfisher is a small, colourful bird with a relatively large beak, which he uses to catch and hold its prey. This bird is sometimes seen around the lakes, ponds and ditches on the 12th, 13th & 14th holes. Its prey can exists mainly from small fish, but also frogs, dragonfly’s and beetles. Large prey is beaten on a branch ore stone, before they can eat it. Also the kingfisher swallows its prey with the headfirst so that scales and fins can’t get stuck in the bird’s throat.

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