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Cora Goodyear, another frequent contributor to the Advance Times Through Your Lens feature, spotted this belted kingfisher sitting on power lines overlooking a stream on 208th Street in North Langley. “They are often seen perched on trees or posts over water, and will plunge into the water head first when they see their prey,” she explained. (Special to Langley Advance Times)Cora Goodyear, another frequent contributor to the Advance Times Through Your Lens feature, spotted this belted kingfisher sitting on power lines overlooking a stream on 208th Street in North Langley. “They are often seen perched on trees or posts over water, and will plunge into the water head first when they see their prey,” she explained. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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