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Kingfishers can be found in deep forests near calm ponds and small rivers. All kingfishers have large heads, long, sharp, pointed bills, short legs, and stubby tails. Most species have bright plumage. Most species are tropical in distribution, and a slight majority are found only in forests. They consume a wide range of prey usually caught by swooping down from a perch. While kingfishers are usually thought to live near rivers and eat fish, many species live away from water and eat small invertebrates. Like other members of their order, they nest in cavities, usually tunnels dug into the natural or artificial banks in the ground.