Kingfisher: Looking at the weather and seeing that it was going to be a bright and milder day than yesterday, I decided to go see the famous Yarrow Kingy.
This bird is probably the most photographed Kingy in the county and I can totally understand why, the bird isn't shy.
This bird was a male, as told by its all-black bill, females have a red patch on the base of their lower bill.
It was pointed out that Kingfishers breed early in the season and are prone to disturbance and can even suffer in cold weather, more so than most other birds. So if you view from the path the bird will be fine. This is a well established viewing area of which all the locals and the park ranger all keep a close eye on.