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The Kingfisher Alcedo atthis is widespread throughout Britain and is found mainly by slow-moving rivers as far north as central Scotland. It is a small, shy bird with rapid straight flight and is usually only glimpsed by its brilliant colour as it flashes by. This is not due to a colour pigment but a non-iridescent structural colouration whereby cells in the feathers are aligned and layered to reflect blue, turquoise and green light.

Photograph by Phil Johnston

About Phil Johnston

Phil has been a nature photographer since 2009. Spurred by a passion for the wildness and wildlife growing up in the outskirts of Edinburgh city, he has been awarded several times and became the Scottish Nature Photographer of the year in 2018

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