With a fish!
Perched on observation deck railing, overlooking marsh.
Upupa epops Linnaeus, 1758, Hoopoe, Buddha Jayanti Park, New Delhi, India, 19 September 2014
The Coraciiformes are a group of usually colorful near passerine birds including the kingfishers, the Hoopoe, the bee-eaters, the rollers, and the hornbills. They generally have syndactyly, with three forward-pointing toes (and toes 3 & 4 fused at their base), though in many kingfishers one of these is missing.