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Kingfisher Way Kingfisher Way was named after the bird. Kingfishers are small unmistakable bright blue and orange birds of slow moving or still water. They fly rapidly, low over water, and hunt fish from riverside perches, occasionally hovering above the water's surface. Kingfiskers are a vulnerable to hard winters and habitat degradation through pollution or unsympathetic management of watercourses. Kingfishers are amber listed because of their unfavourable conservation status in Europe. Kingfishers are occasionally seen in the area and the 2014 ‘Big Garden Birdwatch’ survey recorded one bird.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
Kingfisher Way Kingfisher Way was named after the bird. Kingfishers are small unmistakable bright blue and orange birds of slow moving or still water. They fly rapidly, low over water, and hunt fish from riverside perches, occasionally hovering above the water's surface. Kingfiskers are a vulnerable to hard winters and habitat degradation through pollution or unsympathetic management of watercourses. Kingfishers are amber listed because of their unfavourable conservation status in Europe. Kingfishers are occasionally seen in the area and the 2014 ‘Big Garden Birdwatch’ survey recorded one bird.
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