Birds Of Norfolk: A Bird Watchers Dream
This is one of the most beautiful films available from one of the world's most diverse natural habitats. Norfolk, England, has an amazing array of wildlife and in this wonderful film, nature photographers, Rob and Jill Wilson, show over 100 species of birds including the Bittern, Black-winged Stilt, Spoonbill, White-crowned Sparrow, Marsh Harrier and more. We discover the relaxing scenes of rural Norfolk with the amazing diversity of habitats, harbors, grazing marshes, bluebell woods, rivers and lagoons. This film is a stunning, visual delight for all bird watching and nature enthusiasts.
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The film takes you through all of the seasons and the many different birds and plants that abound in the areas of Norfolk, most are water fowl. It was interesting to see the difference between young birds and the adults--their various markings, colors, etc.
Many of the birds are endangered or quickly becoming so, but the film focuses on the fact that some of these feathered creatures are making a comeback due to the improvement in habitat. I had no idea there were so many types of birds in Norfolk! I don't think any were left out in this 90 minute video.
Providing stunning footage of England's Norfolk habitat, the film offers viewers over 90 minutes of rare birds and botanicals, sea creatures and meadow-dwellers. Through clever camera-work and simple narration the message of conservation is offered easily--and does not challenge patience by becoming too much of a testimonial. "Birds" is environmentally conscious but aware also of its audience. There is no lack of interest here.
And, with peerless cinematography, the story that unfolds is one all will wish to see again and again.