Two kingfishers with their beaks high in dispute over this desirable sunlit patch of mangroves. The idea for this painting came to me during an early morning kayak on Moreton Bay. The sun was still low in the sky, and the light just caught the edge of the moss covered mangrove roots, creating a bizarre and magical texture. Above, in the branches of the mangroves, ...
two Kingfishers were sitting up tall and pointing their beaks in the air in a dispute over territory. Originally, I thought these to be collared kingfishers. However, now, with more birding experience, I believe they were forest kingfishers. Regardless, they have a stunning white collar, which gave rise to the name for this painting – white-collared conflict.
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