Time spent is time earned in wildlife photography and I've certainly spent a lot of time on these Kingfishers these last couple of months. I've learned so much about these guys through this process, not just their feeding habbit's but their distribution and behaviour in the latter half of the year post breeding. During the breeding season they can be quite territorial but at the moment, parents will be pushing their youngsters out and may move off themselves quite far from their original breeding sites. This location is a fair distance from the nearest breeding site but is ideal for small fish, hence the large numbers that I've been seeing. They're actually quite tolerant of each other, only very rarely the males having a little tussle over best perch spot. Thankfully, I've provided them with enough perches to keep them all happy. Not to mention all the natural perches.