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The brown-hooded kingfisher (Halcyon albiventris), named for its brown to greyish-brown head, is part of the tree kingfisher family, which is a group of kingfishers that rarely actually fish and are not dependent on substantial water bodies. Present in most sub-equatorial African countries, it is most common in woodland along the eastern side of the continent. The brown-hooded kingfisher generally hunts from a perch and will often dive to catch its prey.
Brown hooded kingfisher