Kingfishers & Friends
Our collection of totally cute Birdorable Kingfishers and similar species. Great Kingfisher gift ideas for bird lovers like Kingfisher t-shirts & other apparel and cute Kingfisher mugs, clocks, stickers, buttons, magnets and more.
Azure Kingfisher - A darling kingfisher that is found in Australia and neighboring islands. A blue fishing beauty!
Belted Kingfisher - The Belted Kingfisher is the most common Kingfisher in the United States. Great gifts here for Kingfisher lovers and birdwatchers.
Black-backed Dwarf-Kingfisher - A darling and colorful little kingfisher. AKA Oriental Dwarf-Kingfisher or Three-toed Kingfisher.
Blue-winged Kookaburra - A large, stocky species in the Kingfisher family - native to Down Under and cute all around!
Common Kingfisher - These little Kingfishers are also called Eurasian Kingfisher or River Kingfisher.
Cuban Tody - Cute, small, and colorful. The Birdorable Cuban Tody!
Dollarbird - See gifts and apparel featuring the Birdorable Dollarbird, AKA Dark Roller or Oriental Dollarbird.
European Bee-eater - An extremely colorful bird in an extremely colorful family with an extremely venomous appetite.
European Roller - This gorgeous species of roller has a fantastic mix of blues and browns in its plumage. An amazing colorful bird.
Green Kingfisher - Green Kingfishers live in South and Central America, and up into southern Texas.
Guam Kingfisher - The Guam Kingfisher is a small species of kingfisher once found in the wild on the island of Guam. The introduction of the Brown...
Hoopoe - Our cute Birdorable cartoon Hoopoe on a variety of customizable apparel and gift items!
Laughing Kookaburra - The Laughing Kookaburra is a very large species of kingfisher native to eastern Australia.
Lilac-breasted Roller - This gorgeous species of roller has a fantastic mix of colors to its plumage, including of course its brilliant lilac-colored breast.
Pied Kingfisher - Pied Kingfishers are named for their striking black-and-white plumage. What a cutie!
Rainbow Bee-eater - Mmm, bees! Yes, Bee-eaters prefer to eat bees, but they eat other insects as well. What a colorful cutie!
Rufous-bellied Kookaburra - This small forest-dwelling kookaburra is also known as Gaudichaud’s Kookaburra.
Sacred Kingfisher - A beautiful species of kingfisher found in parts of New Zealand, Australia, and nearby islands.
White-throated Kingfisher - A darling, striking, colorful kingfisher of southern Asia and eastern Europe.
Woodland Kingfisher - Woodland Kingfishers live in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is our cute cartoon version of this colorful bird!