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Pair of Kingfishers, odd behavior (1 Viewer)


The other day we heard then saw a pair (M/F) of Belted Kingfishers at the local lake. They were flying up and around in spirals quite close to one another, chasing a bit one way then another, and gradually progressing around the perimeter of the lake, the male singing nonstop the whole time, even while perched near the female in a tree for over 15 minutes. Courting comes to mind, but in November?

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