How can you tell its a Belted Kingfisher?
The head of the belted Kingfisher has a large head , with ragged fore-and rear crests . The bill is very large thick and pointed black. There is a white spot before the eyes.
The Belted Kingfisher of the Male has tiny white spots, the head is blue, the neck and belly has white and blue on the chest.
You can find the Belted Kingfisher at lakes, rivers and coast. The voice call of the Belted Kingfisher is loud and woody rattle.
It is a really cool Belted Kingfisher to photograph at you're neighborhood pond or lakes.