Caridonax fulgidus

Caridonax fulgidus,Glittering Kingfisher , Cekakak Tunggir-putih

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The Glittering Kingfisher or White-rumped Kingfisher (Caridonax fulgidus) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Caridonax.[citation needed] It is endemic to Indonesia.

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

Halcyon australasia

Halcyon australasia, Cinnamon-banded Kingfisher,  Cekakak Kalung-coklat

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The Cinnamon-banded Kingfisher (Todiramphus australasia) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is found in Indonesia and East Timor. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. Many scientists give it the nickname “Cinnamon King”.

Ceyx lepidus

Ceyx lepidus,  Chameleon Dwarf Kingfisher,  Udangmerah Kerdil

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The Variable Dwarf Kingfisher (Ceyx lepidus), also known as the Chameleon Dwarf Kingfisher, is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Solomon Islands. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

Halcyon saurophaga

Halcyon saurophaga, Beach Kingfisher, Cekakak Pantai

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The Beach Kingfisher (Todiramphus saurophaga) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Solomon Islands. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.

Halcyon macleayii

Halcyon macleayii, Forest Kingfisher, Cekakak Rimba

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The Forest Kingfisher (Todiramphus macleayii), also known as the Macleay’s or Blue Kingfisher, is a species of kingfisher in the Halcyonidae family, also known as tree kingfishers. It is a predominantly blue and white bird. It is found in Indonesia, New Guinea and coastal eastern and northern Australia. Like many other kingfishers, it hunts invertebrates and small frogs and lizards.

Halcyon lazuli

Halcyon lazuli, Lazuli Kingfisher, Cekakak Lazuli

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The Lazuli Kingfisher (Todiramphus lazuli) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia.

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical mangrove forests, and plantations . It is threatened by habitat loss.

Halcyon diops

Halcyon diops, Blue-and-white Kingfisher, Cekakak Biru-putih

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The Blue-and-white Kingfisher (Todiramphus diops) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia.

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.

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Birds of Indonesia

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48 Kingfishers,  47 with pictures and pages

Alcedo atthis,
Common Kingfisher
Rajaudang Erasia

Alcedo-meninting, 
Blue-eared Kingfisher,
Rajaudang Meninting

Alcedo azurea,
Azure Kingfisher, 
Rajaudang Biru-langit

Alcedo-euryzona,
Blue-banded Kingfisher,
Rajaudang Kalung-biru

Ceyx-lepidus-th

Alcedo caerulescens,
Small Kingfisher,
Raja udang kecil

Alcedo pusilla,
Little Kingfisher, 
Rajaudang Kecil

Ceyx lepidus,
 Chameleon Dwarf Kingfisher,
 Udangmerah Kerdil

Ceyx-fallax,
Sulawesi Kingfisher
Udangmerah Sulawesi

Ceyx-rufidorsus,
Black-backed Kingfisher
Pelargopsis capensis,
Stork-billed Kingfisher, Pekaka Emas

Pelargopsis-melanorhyncha, Black-billed Kingfisher,
Pekaka Bua-bua

Lacedo-pulchella,
Banded Kingfisher,
Cekakak batu

Dacelo-leachii,
Blue-winged Kookaburra,
Kukabura Sayap-biru

Dacelo tyro,
Spangled Kookaburra,
Kukabura Aru

Dacelo gaudichaud,
Rufous-bellied Kookaburra, 
Kukabura Perut-merah

Clytoceyx rex,
Shovel-billed Kingfisher,  Rajaudang Paruh-sekop

Melidora macrorrhina,
Hook-billed Kingfisher, 
Rajaudang Paruh-kait

Cittura cyanotis,
 Lilac Kingfisher,
Rajaudang Pipi-ungu

Halcyon-coromanda,
Ruddy Kingfisher,
Cekakak Merah
Halcyon-smyrnensis,
White-throated Kingfishers,
Cekakak Belukar

Halcyon pileata,
Black-capped Kingfisher, 
Cekakak Cina

Halcyon cyanoventris ,
Javan Kingfisher ,
 Cekakak Gunung
Halycon sancta ,
Sacred Kingfisher ,
Cekakak  Australia
Halcyon chloris ,
Collared Kingfisher ,
Cekakak suci
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Halcyon diops,
Blue-and-white Kingfisher,  Cekakak Biru-putih
Halcyon lazuli,
Lazuli Kingfisher,
 Cekakak Lazuli
Halcyon macleayii,
Forest Kingfisher,
 Cekakak Rimba
Halcyon torotoro,
Yellow-billed Kingfisher , Cekakak Torotoro
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Halcyon megarhyncha,
Mountain Kingfisher,  Cekakak Gunung
Halcyon australasia, Cinnamon-banded Kingfisher,
 Cekakak Kalung-coklat
Halcyon funebris,
Sombre Kingfisher,  Cekakak Murung
Halcyon enigma,
Talaud Kingfisher,
 Cekakak Talaud

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Halcyon saurophaga,
Beach Kingfisher,
 Cekakak Pantai

Todirhamphus chloris, 
Collared Kingfisher,  
Cekakak Sungai

Todiramphus australasia, Cinnamon-banded Kingfisher

Todirhamphus nigrocyaneus,
Blue-black Kingfisher

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Todirhamphus macleayii,
Forest Kingfisher

Todiramphus sanctus,
Sacred Kingfisher,
Cekakak Australia

Todiramphus-saurophaga,
Beach Kingfisher,
Cekakak Pantai

Caridonax fulgidus,
Glittering Kingfisher ,
Cekakak Tunggir-putih

Actenoides-concretus,
Rufous-collared Kingfisher , Cekakakhutan Melayu
Actenoides-monachus,
Green-backed Kingfisher,
Cekakakhutan Tunggir-hijau

Actenoides princeps,
Scaly-breasted Kingfisher,  Cekakakhutan Dada-sisik

Tanysiptera galatea,
Galatea Paradise Kingfisher, 
Cekakakpita Biasa

Tanysiptera riedelii,
Biak Paradise Kingfisher , Cekakakpita Biak
Tanysiptera ellioti,
Kofiau Paradise Kingfisher,  Cekakakpita Kofiau
Tanysiptera carolinae,
Cobalt Paradise Kingfisher,  Cekakakpita Numfor
Tanysiptera hydrocharis,
Little Paradise Kingfisher,  Cekakakpita Kecil

Tanysiptera sylvia ,
Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher,
 Cekakakpita Dada-jingga
Tanysiptera nympha ,
Fairy Paradise Kingfisher,  Cekakakpita Bidadari
   

Halcyon chloris

Halcyon chloris, Collared Kingfisher, Cekakak suci

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They take fish, crabs and prawns, to lizards, small snakes, insects, tadpoles and earthworms. Those hunting along the coast eat mainly small crabs and crustacea, and some fish, mostly mudskippers.

They whack larger prey against the perch. They have also been seen hammering shells against stones to get at the mollusc or hermit crab. They may even snatch prey caught by others (one was seen snatching a prawn caught by a Little Heron).

Collared Kingfishers are particularly aggressive. Not only towards their own kind, but also towards other Kingfisher species. This could be another reason for the widespread presence. The decline in the White-throated Kingfishers might also be due to the spread of the Collared.

They are also aggressive towards other birds such as mynas; vigorously driving off these birds from their feeding grounds, particularly during breeding season. They may even drive off landbound creatures.

a pair of collared kingfishersBreeding: Collared Kingfishers breed in Singapore. They perform courtship flights and the male may offer the female titbits. Both parents make the nest. They prefer to dig out a nest in dead trees or palms and sometimes take over woodpecker holes. Some even burrow into the active nests of ants and termite high in the trees. Or burrow among the roots of a fern growing in a tree. Only occasionally do they dig out tunnel nests in earth banks or a mud lobster mound. Good nest sites are often reused at the next breeding season. 2-4, usually 3, white eggs are laid. In a good season, two broods may be raised.

Dacelo gaudichaud, Rufous-bellied Kookaburra, Kukabura Perut-merah

Dacelo gaudichaud, Rufous-bellied Kookaburra, Kukabura Perut-merah

The Dacelo gaudichaud, Rufous-bellied Kookaburra,  Kukabura Perut-merahRufous-bellied Kookaburra (Dacelo gaudichaud) is a species of kookaburra which is widely distributed through the forests of lowland New Guinea. It has also been recorded on Saibai Island, Queensland, Australia.

This kookaburra is unusual in that it occupies dense rainforests (as opposed to the open country preferred by other kookaburras) and does not live in family groups but in pairs. It is a white-billed bird with a black cap, blue-tinged wings, and a pale rufous belly and tail feathers.

The scientific name commemorates the French botanist Charles Gaudichaud-Beaupr?/td>