Flight: The Genius of Birds

Product Id - SD0317

Flight: The Genius of Birds

Description

You'll marvel at the endurance and navigational abilities of an Arctic tern as it travels from pole to pole during the longest migration on Earth, a hummingbird's spectacular aerial acrobatics, the instinctive strategies that enable a flock of 300,000 European starlings to evade predators at break-neck speeds, and a host of phenomenal birds uniquely designed for flight in this documentary from Alpha Omega Publications.

An ideal resource, Flight: The Genius of Birds also explores the mysteries and mechanisms of a bird's anatomy, instincts, navigation, and embryology to reveal stunning provisions essential for life in the skies. Photographed in North America, England, Peru, Greenland, and Antarctica, this DVD also demonstrates the elaborate network of a million component parts that make a single feather an aerodynamic masterpiece and how the ingenuity of a bird's behavior and biology point to unmistakable evidence of God's imprint.