The Bee-eater is a very widespread bird found over several continents.  Always popular with birders and wildlife photographers.  The images below come from Hungary, Botswana, and India.  There are 26 species of Bee-eater and as well as Africa, Asia, and Europe, they are also found in Australia and New Guinea

A pair of Bee-eaters bred at Bishop Middleham Quarry in County Durham in 2002, they raised two young which was the third known time Bee-eaters have tried to breed in Britain. They have not returned since, occasionally they are found as single wind blown migrants in other British areas.

Green Bee-eaters
European Bee-eater above (two images)
Little Bee-eaters below