(1) Flocks of wintering water birds include the thrush, the kingfisher , the robin, the shama, the barbet, the bee-eater, the flycatcher, the sunbird, the bulbul and the drongo.(2) The little oasis on Buckshaw Hall Road, off Chancery Road, has been home to kingfishers , herons, mallard and a moorhen that has recently settled there.(3) Studies confirm the most delicate and exotic species - butterflies, dragonflies, otters, kingfishers , woodpeckers - do indeed get wiped out.(4) Otters, badgers, kestrels, lapwing, buzzards and kingfishers are just a few of the animals and birds under threat along the Clanrye River between the Belfast and Tandragee Roads north of Newry.(5) These incoming crowds are, in turn, boosting numbers of fish-eating birds, such as herons, kingfishers , and grebes.(6) Like motmots and todies, kingfishers often have brilliant plumage, are largely insectivorous, and nest in cavities that are often excavated in earthen banks.(7) Cats - especially those breeding in the wild - along with stoats and ferrets, moreporks, blackbirds and kingfishers are the worst enemies of the lizards.(8) We didn't catch that fish, or any fish, but we had a great day with kingfishers , peregrine falcons and buzzards for company.(9) Mr Deacon says that far from damaging wildlife, the lake and wetlands already attract kingfishers , mallards, woodpeckers, coots, waterhens, curlews, plovers, deer and foxes.(10) All the common species are here - blackbirds and thrushes and the like - plus goldfinches, swallows, kingfishers and grebes on the pond.(11) In fall you'll see Northern flickers, herons, kingfishers , downy woodpeckers, and lots of ducks (common goldeneyes, mallards, mergansers).(12) Sara thought it was a kingfisher and, let me tell you, she knows kingfishers .(13) A pond near an amphitheater from Alexander the Great's time had a black-crowned night heron, a few little egrets, pied kingfishers and black-winged stilts.(14) Although kingfishers , bee eaters, storks, dragonflies, mosquitoes and ants are all part of his photographic repertoire, the wary hoopoe has been dodging his lens for years.(15) Dozens of other birds - warblers, wrens, cuckoos, cardinals, kingfishers , doves, owls, hawks and herons - traverse the sky and the trees.(16) There are still many native birds in the shrubland including bellbirds, kingfishers , silvereye and the hawk or kahu.