Rufous-collared Kingfisher, I spotted both male and female, and also the juvenile, but didn't able to digiscope the female. I noticed that the male was the one responsible to take care and feed the juvenile, the male would always trying to attract my attention. I found the juvenile always like to hide in the bush, stay alert and quiet.
Adult male (back view, front view and side view):
Banded Kingfisher is rare and most quiet kingfisher, I was lucky to spot this female Banded Kingfisher at the Kingfisher Trail.
White-collared Kingfisher is the most noisy kingfisher, and it is very common at the Sepilok B&B:
Stork-billed Kingfisher, one of the common kingfishers, can be seen at the lake in Sepilok RDC:
Kingfisher's allies, the Blue-throated Bee-eater, the only Bee-eater I spotted in Sepilok at the Kingfisher Trail.
Adult Blue-throated Bee-eater:
Juvenile Blue-throated Bee-eater:
The Dollarbird, one of the common birds in Sepilok RDC.
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