The Guadalcanal moustached kingfisher is a kingfisher in the subfamily Halcyoninae that is endemic to Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. The bird can be found in closed-canopy forests at elevations of 900–1,100 m, and is reported to nest in holes in the ground. It is considered a subspecies of the moustached kingfisher by the International Ornithologists' Union but some taxonomists elevate the taxon to species status.
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NoNot a migrant
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