|The Life of Birds [VHS]
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Like the albatross glimpsed in the beginning of this 10-part, 5-volume series, The Life of Birds quickly takes flight. Sir David Attenborough hosts this unprecedented and extraordinary global look at the magnificent and often curious winged species with which we share our planet. Like the best wildlife shows, The Life of Birds offers a fresh and accessible view of creatures we may take for granted (didn't Alfred Hitchcock warn us about that?). The focus of this series is not on the different bird species, but on bird behavior. Remarkable and awe-inspiring footage preserves the wide range of tools and techniques with which birds fly, hunt for food, attract a mate, hatch their chicks, and defend themselves against predators.
Each volume contains two episodes. Series titles include: "To Fly or Not to Fly?," "The Mastery of Flight," "The Insatiable Appetite," "Meat Eaters," "Fishing for a Living," Signals and Songs," "Finding Partners" (the inevitable mating episode), "The Demands of the Egg," "The Problems of Parenthood," and "The Limits of Endurance." One comedic diversion while watching this series is the Pythonesque (as in Monty) way in which Attenborough pops up in the most remote, most exotic locales. At one point, night-vision cameras capture the rare sight of the nocturnal kiwi as it forages for food on a New Zealand beach. The camera pans to reveal scant paces away our guide shining a flashlight on the nonplussed bird. Attenborough is also the creator of the classic natural-science series The Trials of Life, The Living Planet, and Life on Earth, all of which are also available on video. --Donald Liebenson
- Excellent Service
Product as described. Original, not a copy. Well packaged. Arrrived promptly. Would use seller again....more info
- subject matter: fascinating, video quality: dreadful
I own everything David Attenborough has ever done -- I have the utmost respect for his work. Life of Birds is fascinating, well-composed, informative, etc.
But the video quality (I have it on DVD) is absolutely dreadful. Grainy and washed out like very early digital video (I wonder if it was shot on digital video to make it easier to get some of the amazing footage he captured). By comparison, the look of Life of Mammals is breathtaking -- the composition of shots, color, lighting, and overall vividness is a hundred times better than Life of Birds.
It's quite distracting, and disappointing....more info
- Amazing, Informative, Mesmerizing... wow.
This is 580 minutes of spectacular footage and riveting narrative. Sir David Attenborough is the supreme nature narrator and the BBC filmmakers are simply brilliant. I couldn't pull myself away from the screen. To see, up close and in perfect imagery, both the usual and the unusual life of birds, to see the vast range of species, habitats and habits... priceless. Bird behaviour is fascinating, even more fascinating than you can imagine prior to viewing this series.
What an amazing world we live in and what a superb job these folks have done to bring us so close to the avian part of God's creation. Don't miss it! You'll want to watch them over and over....more info
- Great program with INFERIOR picture quality
I love BBC's programs, but the quality of these DVDs is disappointing, and frankly offensive when you consider its high price. Just compare this against PLANET EARTH or BLUE PLANET and you will see what I mean.
I suspect the problem may be that this particular set was licensed to Warner Brothers for DVD production, and they obviously didn't put any effort into it. PLANET EARTH and BLUE PLANET, among others, are not. Why they gave this to Warner I do not know. Perhaps they are recording an all-new bird series to replace it.
In short, buy this set because it's a good program, but get a good deal....more info
This collection of videos is truly amazing. Educational and photography is beautiful. WELL WORTH THE PRICE/GET IT!...more info
Well, this is one of the BEST of all, retrospectives .. IMHO. Attenborough and his camera-team have explored many aspects of the aviary world .. and the results are VERY-exceptional. THIS is a first-class type ... of examples of info/documentations .. of any sort....more info
- If you LOVE BIRDS, you'll LOVE this 3 Disc Collection!
My hubby & I enjoyed watching this three disc dvd collection about the life of birds, which is narrated by David Attenborough.
There are ten, roughly fifty-five minute segments, dedicated to specific topics regarding the life of birds around the world..... Some of the topics include finding a mate, building nests and rearing young, to various bird calls/sounds, and the challenges birds face living in extreme environments are just some of the topics discussed.
What is captured on film for us to view about the various birds around the world is quite amazing and fun to watch. I enjoyed learning a lot of new and interesting things about birds I never knew before....more info
- funny, interesting, mesmerizing
I'm not even a particular fan of bird, not a bird-watcher, if you will, but I loved this. The birds represented in this educational and entertaining video are true characters. Some are incredibly funny to watch. Others take my breath away with their beauty and grace. I am amazed and I am now a bird fan and watcher, and I have ordered several bird books to begin my new hobby. Also plan to pick up my camera again to try to get some shots. This has been both fun and inspirational....more info
- I'd still rate it a 5-star
Even though there were some things I thought were missed, and even though there was something in every program that mildly annoyed me. With nothing really comparable, I still believe this is worth the top rating, simply because of the labor of love David Attenborough put into it.
What were those things I didn't like? In "Life of Birds", with 5 minutes to go in every program, David would introduce the next program, but then would resume with the current program. This, to me, breaks the rhythm of the narrative and is not consistent with the style used in "Life of Mammals", where he would introduce the next program only at the very end of the current program. Maybe this difference in style also reflects the difference in time the two were created, "Life of Birds" seems to have been made much earlier, and it even shows in the inferior quality of some of the footage used. Each program in "Birds" also lasts 53 minutes, while those of "Mammals" last only 48. Those extra five minutes...
I also think there was not enough attention given to other crucial parts of birds' anatomy, like the unique respiratory system that allows them to cope with the oxygen demands of flight. Even the differences in "white muscle" of quail and red muscle of doves, for example, were not touched, and these would have given insight to why some birds are natural strong flyers while some are limited to short burts and spend their time mostly on the ground. Differences in talons and beaks, differences in wing shapes, IMO could have been better illustrated.
And in both "Birds" and "Mammals" I really can't understand why David Attenborough would go great lengths to show the rarest of species while ignoring the obvious: chickens, dogs, cats, cows and horses. Just because these animals are domesticated and common in the backyard doesn't mean they're not interesting.
And yeah, house cats are among the most destructive of bird predators. Maybe that's one reason for not showing house cats....more info
- Bird Lovers - Watch This!
If you want to see the reality, beauty, and mysteries of birds this is the defining documentary. Sir David has, once again, outdone himself! A truely 'must see'....more info
- A birders must have
This is pure quality from someone you would expect. The BBC can't do anything wrong. Every birder, conservationist and environmentalist should have this package....more info
- The worst thing is the video transfer...
...or dvd compression, or whatever.
Beyond the rather grainy/fuzzy look to a lot of the episodes, this is David Attenborough's opus to his favorite animals, the birds. Well, I can't be sure they are his favorite animals, but it would seem that way from his treatment of them in this and several of the other 'Life' series.
OK, perhaps a second complaint might be that we've seen a little of this before with 'Trials of Life', but unlike 'Life of Mammals' that alternatively feels too recycled or stretching too hard to find the weirdest thing we've never seen (IE the Golden Mole), 'Birds' gets right down to its lessons in Ornithology.
Not that it's anywhere near as brainy as Life on Earth--I'm pretty sure nature lovers of any age will dig it--but it doesn't go for flash the way 'Blue Planet' (admittedly only narrated by Attenborough) or 'Mammals' does. Common species do the job of telling the story Attenborough has for us just as well as the species from the 'wind-swept plains of patagonia'. With the stylistic flourish paired down, Attenborough's love and enthusiasm for avians shines through and we get something that all the special infra-red cameras and weird post-editing couldn't accomplish. Ultimately, 'Life of Birds' is both informative and enduring, while Attenborough's continued arguments for conservation and preservation of species will fall silent on only the most unfeeling viewers. If Attenborough's goal was to establish a sense of marvel toward a group of animals we often take for granted, he has accomplished this and perhaps a little more.
A strong series that stands alone or works well in conjunction with many of Attenborough's other works. Recommended!...more info
- Poor picture quality
This is undoubtedly a fantastic series, especially for any bird lovers. Please be aware though, that the picture quality is poor. The images are often grainy and the colour can seem washed out. Still worth owning, but it is a very noticable drawback....more info
- Watch the DVD, and then get the book...
I first watched this incredible documentary on PBS, video recorder running every single time. Eventually I decided to get the book that accompanies the series. What an understatement!--the book is a definite stand-alone for those of you who prefer to read. So here is what I recommend to anybody who is even remotely interested in nature documentaries: Buy and watch the DVD, and then, if you're as hooked as I was, do yourself a favor and buy the book. Sir David Attenborough's voice literally jumps off the pages with every single word, which makes for a very entertaining read. But I found that there was a lot of information that I had missed when I watched the series. Upon reading the book, I was amazed at how much I had learned without even realizing it. Little tidbits such as: what purpose do egg shapes serve, how does a mother bird know which squawker to feed next, etc., etc. Marvelous info, incredible photography, a must see/read for any bird enthusiast, and a treat for the rest of you who don't know as of yet that you may well become one... It doesn't matter that our garden bird varieties aren't mentioned in particular, because watching and reading about birds will open your eyes and ears to the birds around you and make you appreciate them for the biological wonders they truly are. -- Oh, and yes, I upgraded to the DVD and gave the tapes to a good friend....more info
- Five stars for content, two stars for video transfer quality
This series is probably my favorite nature series ever made. The stunning close-up photography of so many exotic (and not so exotic) birds is fun and fascinating to watch as they go about their behaviors. Sir David's narration is, as in all his programs, charming and unintrusive. I reviewed the VHS release of this series a couple of years ago and was so happy when they annouced its release on DVD because of the usual improvements in transfer and audio quality. Whoever did the job should be ashamed of themselves because in some places the video is so grainy (check episode six) that it literally looks like some compressed MPEG or AVI file downloaded from the internet. In other areas it is less noticeable, but still no better than the VHS tapes. The audio sounds OK, but again it's not noticeably better. Other than the permanence of having it on DVD compared to VHS, I was very disappointed....more info
- The Life of Birds.
I am totally fasinated by these DVD's... David Attenborough is amazing!! I dont know how he does what he does... or how he gets the pieces... but the birds are beautiful... and I found all the information about them sooo interesting. This is truly something one could see over and over again....
It is so very well done.
Linn Blakeney...more info
- If you love birds, you'll love this.
First off, if I could give it 10 stars, I would. It was all I had hoped for and more. David Attenborough's ability to get "hands on" experience with most of the birds in the series will make even the most seasoned birder jealous. ;)
The camera angles were awesome.
Now, my only bad remark about the series. The DVD video quality. It is VHS at best, and looks like a Divx hack of some movie... not that I would know what one would look like.
I guess Planet Earth ruined me on really good DVD quality. If this series was to be re-released in real DVD quality or even hi-def I would buy it again. ;)
- One of the best bird documentaries!
We have had this dvd for over a year now and it is a staple in our house for our 17 month old son. We were impressed with the overall documentation and narrating of the dvd...so not only is it enjoyed by us, adults, our toddler is captivated by it as well! Birds have captivated him since he was born and when we can't figure out a way to soothe him (sick, teething, or who knows) - Life of Birds does! David Attenborough is a great narrator to both the story and footage. We have also enjoyed Winged Migration. ...more info
- wonderful as most of the other BBC series
Needless to say, this is another fascinating and wonderful production. Most previous reviewers have already rated this DVD as it deserves, with 5 stars!. Get it, you won't be dissapointed! It is well worth the price!!...more info
- Video Quality Very Poor
The information in the video is very interesting and educational--but the video quality looks terrible on our HDTV! One of the reasons I purchased it was because I was expecting it to be similar in video quality to Planet Earth. It definitely isn't. I hope someday they will release a version that looks better than these DVDs.
My rating system: 5 stars for educational quality. 1 star for video quality. It averages out to 3 stars. ...more info
- At least 30 "Wows!!!"
If you love birds, nature, or nature photography, this DVD series will do nothing less than overwhelm you with great narrative, truly consuming photography (not to mention the sound editing is awesome) and troves full of information. My wife and I have thoroughly enjoyed Sir Attenborough's magnificent telling of the 'Life of Birds' and are actually looking forward to watching the entire series again and again. Even if you are an avid birder, you are sure to discover new species, new habitats, and new facts about bird behaviors that you weren't aware of before. One of the most rewarding things about these stories are that you may find yourself wondering out-loud, "How did they find out about that???" over-and-over, as we did, to find that they actually take the time to answer those questions at the end of the episode. I'm only here to give credit where it's due, in my humble opinion, and to order 2 more copies as gifts....more info
- The Life of Birds
Once again David Attenbourough, in conjunction with the BBC, has produced an excellent nature series. The series is very informative, as well as interesting and entertaining. The photography is up to the BBC's usual superlative standard, and the commentary is well written and witty per Mr. Attenbouroughs' style. I highly recommended series!...more info
- Spectacular, surprising, funny, thoughtful
If you've never seen anything by Attenborough, you really have something wonderful to look forward to. Like with all his shows, you'll see things you've never seen before, things you've seen but have not understood before, and things you would never imagine existed in nature. Everyone alive should see these shows. And then go outside....more info
- How did they film it???
This 3 dvd set, comprising ten one hour programs on various aspects about birds (hunting, singing, mating, parenting, etc.) is utterly fascinating and informative. However, the most amazing thing about it is the incredible photography. A documentary should be made explaining how they filmed it! Here we see views looking up from the bottom of a lake as a kingfisher dives into the water and snags a fish - amazing! Birds in flight are filmed as thought you are flying along side them. There are also some rare species which were captured on film for the first time. A truly stunning documentary and very educational. I had only one minor complaint - there was very little information about common birds that you might find in your garden here in the U.S., but that is a minor detail that can be overlooked....more info
- The Life of Birds
We thought the content was beautiful but did not appreciate the cartoon preambles. ...more info
- Ten Fabulous Hours!
When my husband purchased this three-DVD series, I asked him, "Are you really SURE you are THAT interested in birds to watch ten hours of programs about them ?" But from the first hour, I was hooked. Every single episode relates so many different, interesting facts. Some things I had wondered about for many years, and they were explained.
For example, why is it that the birds start singing the very second the first ray of sun comes over the horizon, and they go on singing very noisily for about 30 minutes, at which point they quiet down again? (VERY annoying if you're trying to sleep.) Well, the answer is that each bird knows all of its neighbors, and calls to each neighbor periodically throughout the day to be sure it is still there and well, and to be sure that no foreign bird has invaded its neighbors' territories. Upon awaking each morning, each bird calls to it's own neighbors, particularly those of its own species, mainly to be sure that its neighbors are still alive and well. (Most birds are blind at night.) This exchange takes about half an hour, and is the birds' equivalent of our morning news. That's why it stops after half an hour, when each bird has finished talking to each of its neighbors. This is only one of the fascinating facts I remembered from this delightful series. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is the slightest bit interested in nature of any kind....more info
- If you could only buy one Nature DVD...
It would take something spectacular for me to watch a DVD for 10 hours straight... and this is. I laughed, I cried, I held my breath as 2 fighting hawks grasped talons in midair and spiraled down... would they realize that the ground was fast approaching? (Buy it and find out!) Think of this series as an amalgamation of fascinating facts about different species' behavior as it relates to their commonalities, such as nesting. Although no species is explored in depth, the vignettes are satisfying. (Although, I do want to know what happens to eggs that get buried completely and abandoned by their parents!) David Attenborough is his usual quirky self, appearing a few feet away from his subjects, and sometimes interacting with them. His confrontation with a territorial Scottish grouse is priceless. The birds themselves, aided by spectacular photography, are truly wonders. The shots of Lady Gould Finch and Zebra Finch nestlings' mouths were astonishing, and I doubt that people who raise them as pets have seen this. There's not too much nasty stuff here, although I know more now than I want to about coot parents and brown pelican siblings, and what we humans do to Diksissels in South America is heartbreaking. Kiwis to Kakapos, plovers to peacocks, they're all here. If you are a bird lover, you will see a few familiar scenes (the million flamingos in the lake, the male emperor penguins incubating eggs on their feet), so you find yourself watching for favorites... will they show the amazing artistry of the Bowerbird? Willwe see the Palm Cockatoo beating a log with a stick to declare his territory? I expected to see California Condors as the final bit (the subject is conservation) but instead got a delightful scene with a human caretaker flying his ultralight plane with his flock of Whoopers and Sandhill Cranes. Give yourself (and your loved ones) a treat and buy this DVD!...more info
Excellent work! Excellent Narration! Excellent Picture Quality! Five Mega Stars!!!...more info
- The Life of Birds
EXCELLENT!!!! We ordered it twice from Netflix, but it was too good not to own ourselves. So many INTERESTING facts....unbelievable information.
- Utterly outstanding!
This is the BBC at its best. Further, it's Attenborough at his best too. The quality of the production shines through. It's luscious, rich, vibrant and makes this one of the best TV series of is type ever made.
This magnificent series makes you gasp in wonder at the sheer splendour and variety of birds on our planet. The photography and editing are first-rate. Attenborough's style is, as always, enthusiastic, knowledgable and supremely confident.
This, like many of the great BBC natural world series is the sort of programming that makes the rest of the world envy British TV viewers....more info
Breathtaking photography! I have used the DVDs in my classroom of 3rd graders, and my husband and I have enjoyed many hours of pure beauty and amazement of birds. Even a non-bird lover would be in "awe" of this awesome collection....more info
- There are not enough "STARS" that could be award to this remarkable DVD set.
I once thought, "Birds" were for the Birds", THIS "Life of Birds" DVD set, is truly NOT for the "Birds", BUT it is for ANY humanbeing that loves and requires the best (almost unbelievable)VISUAL experience possible.
The only suggestion I offer, is to make sure you view this on the best "State of the Art" TV that you can afford (or borrow) and you WILL experience a visual experience like none other.
It is a 3 disk set and it is about 3 hours of viewing of each disk. If you become affected (mesmerized) as I had been, you would probably want to keep this particular DVD set in a "safedeposit box", so that you can add an amendment to your "Will", bequeathing this particular DVD set to those that loved you the most.
They may forget about you, but they will never forget the visual experience you have left them.
May you have an long life and as long as you live and re-play this DVD set,your life will only be embellished.
J.Levin ...more info
- One word GREAT
The whole package is what I expect from the BBC... great, much research and fabulous photography......more info
- A must for your Kids Collection!
If you enjoy animals...BBC, Discovery, or Animal Planet this is your cup of tea!! This collection is very educational and extremely interesting! My kids love it!...more info
- The Life of Birds
David Attenborough does a great job (as always) with this video series. He gives detailed and trustable information on all aspects of flight, feathers, internal biology and even habits and evolutionary adaptations. Truely the "apples to zebras" of birding videos. ...more info
Anyone that loves birds as much as I do will love these videos. It literally goes thru the life birds, from birds then to birds now. This set is worth every penny, not to mention the filming is amazing....more info
- Life of BIrds
I saw this amazing series on TV a few years ago. Because I am a teacher who is also an avid back yard birder,I felt this video set was absolutely neccessary for the teaching of birding skills.I was not disappointed. They loved it!Thanks for making it available at such a reasonable price....more info
- "The Life of Birds"!
This is my first of many reviews of David Attenborough's fantastic wildlife documentaries. After checking out "The Living Planet" from the library I quickly found out more about his work, and this was the first I came across. Seeing as how, long before I watched this I already had an enormous interest in wildlife, I was very pleased to learn loads of new facts (a common occurrence in Attenborough's programs) and even find out about species I had never heard of before!
Some examples of this (for me anyway) were the Takahe, Kakapo and the extinct Moa (recreated with CGI, which is used for some other scenes too). Even species I was very familiar with, such as the Toco Toucan would exhibit behavior that was completely new to me. In one scene two Toco Toucans rob eggs from a tube-like nest with their amazingly long beaks, and I had always thought they were strict fruit-eaters! This series is just jam-packed with fascinating scenes like that. And, of course, I am still familiar with much of what is being presented, but that does not take anything away from the viewing experience at all. (if it did, what would be the point of repeat viewings?)
A plus to all this, is the presentation, the cinematography is incredible. (eagles flying towards the camera through trees, a king-fisher diving to catch a fish viewed from under-water) And of course David's narration and on-screen presenting is very engaging, he's very enthusiastic about the material he's delivering.
On another note, the music is great and really fits well with the programs, and I often find myself whistling the theme after watching it.
There really is only one small complaint, which is the same as many others, that being the video transfer. It's not as good as others in the "Life of" series but it is not too bad and you easily forget about it once you've started watching it. Most scenes still look very clear and sharp. Only occasionally does the picture get really fuzzy.
This is definitely a great addition to anyone's video library, and I highly recommend it! ...more info
- Exactly what we expected from Attenborough!
My wife and I bought The Life of Birds from Amazon without seeing a minute of it. We had seen The Life of Mammals and Blue Planet enough times that we both felt confident that we knew what we were getting. We were right. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that I can't quite say it was as good as Blue Planet, which blew me away.
Based on our previous experience with The Life of Mammals and Blue Planet, what were we expecting, you might ask? Well, first of all, we knew we'd be getting an outstanding nature documentary series featuring a dizzying variety of animals. We were also expecting informative, yet not overly intrusive narration from David Attenborough. Last, we were expecting a series that our 2-year-old would be riveted to and want to watch over and over again, which is what happened with the first two series. As I said earlier, that's what we expected and that's what we got.
Don't get me wrong: I enjoyed Winged Migration. But as far as documentaries go, it really is a different bird (if you will). The Life of Birds is engaging in a way that Winged Migration is not - it strives to teach, not to create art. The footage may not inspire quite so many "How did they get that shot?" moments as Winged Migration, but there are plenty of scenes that make you wonder. Add to that the fact that there are so many bird species from all manner of habitat in this series that you'll lose count after the first installment.
The 3-disc set consists of 10 episodes:
TO FLY OR NOT TO FLY: Features computer animated sequences on the origins of flight and how birds evolved from pterasaurs - very similar to that in Walking With Dinosaurs. Also great footage of birds hunting insects, including a bee eaters, kiwis, and a hornbill.
THE MASTERY OF FLIGHT: An in-depth look at the anatomy of flight featuring albatrosses, pelicans, hummingbirds, snow geese and various birds of prey. There's a great scene where an osprey nabs a trout, picks it up and turns it head first in mid-flight to reduce drag.
THE INSATIABLE APPETITE: Deals with the constant search for food, largely as a result of flying being so energy-intensive. Features woodpeckers, sap suckers, geese, lorikeets, hornbills, crows, robins and macaws.
MEAT EATERS: Deals almost exclusively with birds of prey, such as owls, eagles, kestrels, shrikes, and hawks, as well as a few that you wouldn't expect (vultures and flamingos). Amazing flight footage in this episode, and very much feels the same as those documentaries of lions eating zebras in Africa.
FISHING FOR A LIVING: Pretty self-explanatory title, featuring dippers, ducks, skimmers, kingfishers, gulls, cormorants, herons, cranes, albatrosses and assorted shore birds.
SIGNALS AND SONGS: A detailed analysis of the reasons and ways that birds communicate. Features robins, blackbirds, finches, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, bell birds, toucans and a whole bunch of birds whose names I'd be sure to misspell if I tried.
FINDING PARTNERS: You can't talk about mating birds without talking about peacocks, right? Well, they did. However, there are grebes, Jamaican streamer-tailed hummingbirds, red-headed weavers, an odd-looking pheasant, a Scottish grouse, the calf bird (which moos to attract a mate) and hedge sparrows.
THE DEMANDS OF THE EGG: Looks at the hassles birds go through to protect their eggs, including a close look at nesting. Features terns, dippers, frigate birds, warblers, weaver birds, red-breasted toucan, cuckoos, and imperial pigeons.
THE PROBLEMS OF PARENTHOOD: Deals with the non-stop effort of feeding some demanding kids that bird parents seem to go through. The young bird footage is great. Features Australian Rosella parrots, coots, cuckoos, Andean torrent ducks, red geese, Arabian babblers, and open billed storks.
THE LIMITS OF ENDURANCE: Examines birds living in hostile environments, and co-existing with people. Also handles conservation efforts, as well as a brief recap of birds that have gone extinct in the last hundred years or so. Features penguins, sand grouse, crab plovers, Arctic gulls, vultures, crows in Japan (some amazing urban footage here), purple martens, and a host of endangered birds....more info
- Too much birds eating and being eaten
This is just as good any documentary on single subjects and can give Blue Planet a run for its money.
From the beginning, it is fascinating with both extraordinary graphics and amazing insight as to the life of birds. Even though it comes on multiple disks, you will be left wanting for more. Naturally, one of the mod important elements in this production is David Attenborough with his intriguing presentation stile and pacing.
The only downside is that this documentary suffers from "yum yum eate'm up syndrome." The depiction of something being eaten is proportionally over emphasized; this distracts from the rest of the film.
The Living Planet - A Portrait of the Earth...more info
- Great Photography & Well Narrated
We found this video to be outstanding in quality, both audio and video, and covers a very interesting diversity of birds. Well organized....more info
- Life with Birds
David Attenborough is a wonderful biologist. He says it all in this DVD set. They are awesome to watch, and I can't speak more highly of his DVD's. The photography is gorgeous, and they are so educational. I am totally speechless. Other's have taken the words right out of my mouth, watch them and you won't be sorry....more info