|Range||eastern and southern regions of Sulawesi in Indonesia.|
The Black-headed kingfisher (Actenoides capucinus), is a species of tree kingfisher endemic to the eastern and southern regions of Sulawesi in Indonesia. It can be found in dense lowland forests up to 900 m elevation. It is threatened by habitat destruction by deforestation.
This species was recently elevated to species status, being previously considered green-backed kingfishers.