The Crested Kingfisher is unique. This bird looks excellent with a shaggy Mohawk. This trendy hairstyle is well-known. It was a trendy style that they were born with.
The incredible coats of giant kingfishers are also impressive. The plumage of the giant kingfishers is beautiful and white with black spots on the wings and back. These characteristics can make birds stand out in the bird world.
You can look at their chest feathers to identify male and female crested Kingfishers. The female has fewer orange feathers around their chest than the male, and they have more.
Crested kingfishers can be found in parts of south Asia. They prefer to live in foothills and mountains where there are rivers of small and large sizes. They hunt fish and crayfish to eat.
These birds can sometimes be found nesting on branches and overhangs.
These kingfishers, unlike other birds, dig a barrow into a steep bank to lay their eggs. Both males and females share in the labor. The female will incubate the eggs independently if there are between 4-7 eggs. The male will feed the chicks until they become fully-fledged (about 40 days).
Below is a Video of the Beautiful Bird!
Source: One Big Birdcage