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Todies Kingfishers Hoopoes and Relatives: Coraciiformes


Most coraciiform species are found in the tropical rainforests. Kingfishers usually inhabit tropical forests or woodlands, and are often found near water. Bee-eaters are found in temperate and tropical regions. Other regions of habitat outside of the tropics include coniferous and deciduous forests and grasslands. They are often found along rivers and streams, seacoasts, and wetlands. Many species that live near inland waters in the summer will travel to the seacoast when inland waters freeze over in the winter.

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