Forum > Identifying Birds > Identify Unusual Bird With Slow Worm In Its Beak

Webmaster Posted 20-Jun-2018 19:39
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On behalf of Toni who sent in an email:-

We had this bird on a garden fence for several hours south of England, we have never seen anything like it. It had a slow worm in its mouth.

Can anyone identify?

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Karmann65 Posted 21-Jun-2018 10:11
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A very odd sighting indeed. Not only is it an unusual looking bird but to have a slow worm in its' beak is amazing.

Only bird that springs to mind is a Kookaburra. But why in the UK I really couldn't guess.

Thanks for sharing your picture.

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