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American Pygmy Kingfisher
American Pygmy Kingfisher (Chloroceryle aenea subsp. aenea ). Species sexually dimorphic. Female with a green horizontal band across chest; chest band absent on males. Sani Lodge, Sucumbios Province, Ecuador. Photographed in the Oxbow lake in front of Sani Lodge from the pier. Yasuni National Park, Yasuni Biosphere Reserve, Napo River floodplain. Ecuadorian amazon rainforest at ca. 200 m (656 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Oxbow lake in front of Sani Lodge from the pier. Yasuni National Park, Yasuni Biosphere Reserve, Napo River floodplain. Ecuadorian amazon rainforest at ca. 200 m (656 ft) elevation
Location
Sani Lodge, Sucumbios Province, Ecuador.
Date taken
January 2016
Scientific name
Chloroceryle aenea
Equipment used
Canon
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What a gorgeous little Kingfisher! Well spotted and superbly captured Mate!

Chris
 
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A cracker of a shot, bird and setting Stanley, lovely job and many tfs and a fine set today.
 
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Super iridescence and detail you've captured in this beautiful image Stanley! An awesome capture.
 
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Gosh!! We don't see much of this guy in here do we Stanley - what a great find for you!!

A super picture too - very nicely taken my friend.
 
You are bringing some really rare & exotic species of the American continent to the forum gallery. Especially love the ones from Latin America. Wonderful wee kingy & a fabulous capture; Stanley!! tfs.
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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