It was only yesterday that I spoke of the Kingfisher in Sebastopol Canal and today I get to see another fishing well at Llandegfedd from the Greenpool Hide. It's always great observing Kingfishers and the activity from them at Llandegfedd is always the same, the come into the pool like they own the place and then use the tall willow trees to perch high up before diving for a fish and then perching on the tree stump in the middle to eat the fish. It would seem that the tree stump in the middle is too short for them to get enough 'thrust' in their dive. On this occasion the male kingfisher managed to catch a reasonably sized perch to which it really struggle to swallow.