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    Hi all is it possible that some one could please tell if this is Male or Female
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    They both look to be males Bimbocat, the female will have red on the lower bill, just think of lipstick.

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    Great photos!

    I'm really very envious of someone who has seen a Kingfisher as close and has taken such super pics!!!

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    These are all males. The female has a distinctive red under beak and looks as though she is wearing lipstick

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