Nature: Birds of the Gods review Product Description
Nature: Birds of the Gods movie was released Mar 08, 2011 by the PBS Video studio. The island of New Guinea in the South Pacific is home to birds so spectacular and unique that the first Europeans to see the birds in the sixteenth century named them "birds of paradise," believing they must have come to Earth directly from heaven. Nature: Birds of the Gods BRAY for sale The indigenous people of New Guinea have lived with the birds for thousands of years, and have long honored and revered them as sacred ancestors and powerful spirits of their world. Nature: Birds of the Gods movie Their ancient traditions make the birds' feathers highly prized and the birds very vulnerable. Nature: Birds of the Gods video But to find these birds in New Guinea is extremely difficult, and to witness their extraordinary mating displays is even tougher. Nature: Birds of the Gods film David Attenborough introduces a young team of New Guinean scientists who are on a grueling expedition to find and film these breathtaking birds. They hope to learn a few of the secrets of these heavenly creatures, and to find a way to ensure their future.
This nature documentary follows a group of ornithologists into the field in New Guinea, where they seek out and study the bird population in an area so densely populated with colorful and beloved winged creatures that early European settlers called the feathered inhabitants "birds of paradise." The release includes an introduction by David Attenborough.