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Belted kingfisher on the refuge - The Coastland Times

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The belted kingfisher makes a burrow in the earth and mud along the banks of streams, rivers, canals, lakes, gravel pits, ditches, etc. Because their nests are low and in the ground, some of the Belted Kingfisher's predators are mink, rats, cats.
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