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This Belted Kingfisher lived in Pat Giordano's willow tree in Harveys Lake this summer. Pat says it's a common waterside resident found throughout North America. It's often seen hovering before it plunges headfirst into the water to catch a fish and frequently announces its presence with a loud rattling cry.

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