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Average but, still recommended
on January 11, 2013
Great subject matter however, the cinematography was nothing special--probably the result of time constraints. Another season or additional cameramen working in various locations would have resulted in a better product. Still, you get a good dose of rearing and feeding the young owlets in a difficult environment along with some interesting behavior. No indication of how the immature owls make their way south or where they are destined for and whether or not they stay together. Also, do the young come back to the same general breeding area year after year or do they disperse widely, and if so how far from their original home range?
DVD quality is quite good upscaled in a blu-ray player. Not sure I'd recommend a more expensive blu-ray version if it should become available.