Natural: Small fish, tadpoles and insects
Nesting: The nest is usually in a tunnel, 30-90 cm (12-36") long, in a bank next to slow-moving water. The tunnel is excavated by both sexes and is not lined with any material.
Where to see: Kingfishers are widespread, especially in central and southern England, becoming less common further north. They are found by still or slow flowing water such as lakes, canals and rivers in lowland areas. Occasionally they may visit garden ponds if of a suitable size.