The Australia Kookaburra is the largest member of the kingfisher family. The bird is known for its wild laughing call and the noisy inhabitant of outback, open forests and woodlands. Kookaburra is not a fisheater. It usually prefers large insects, nestling birds, rodents, etc. Young chicks of kookaburras stay with their parents for several years before setting out to breed themselves.
According to Nambooka, the kingfisher teaches us about alertness and opportunity. We must first look and then decide if it is the right choice for us to benefit our lives. Nambooka's design work is bold, colourful and attractive.