Discover the Story of Common Kingfishers

The Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), is one of Britains most brightly coloured and interesting birds.

Kingfishers are widespread, especially in central and southern England, becoming less common further north, however, following some declines last century, they are currently increasing in their range in Scotland. Find out more!

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