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Kingfishers return to our urban waterways

By on September 25, 2014 in Wildlife

Impressive stuff. Although there may be a way we can have Kingfishers in Wapping… In the meantime enjoy this!

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  1. Miss MoneyPenny says:

    I have spotted a beautiful Kingfisher on my way to work. I’ve never seen one before and it certainly made my day! Such beautiful bird, stunning colors! Kept flying on in front of me as if to say, “follow me”! Beautiful experience. 🙂

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