These birding DVDs by Michael Male and Judy Fieth are intimate portraits of North American birds with panoramic looks at their natural habitats and crystal clear recordings of their songs. Click here to learn more about the filmmakers, or click on any of the DVDs below to read reviews.
Watching Warblers explores the lives of the 39 species of wood warblers that nest in Eastern North America. Singing, courtship, and nesting behavior are all included.
Watching Warblers WEST features a singing male for every species that nests west of the Mississippi, plus motion range maps made with NASA satellite imagery, a species index, and "Fun with Songs."
Every scene of Watching Sparrows features a sparrow exploding with song plus a panoramic look at his dramatic habitat. Woven in are details of courtship, nesting, feeding and biological adaptation.
Watching Waders explores the lives of Herons, Egrets, Ibis, Bitterns and Cranes, in salt marshes, mangrove swamps, cattail marshes and many other wetland habitats where they nest and feed.
"A Celebration of Birds with Roger Tory Peterson" travels from bird-filled mangrove lagoons in Florida, to a remote puffin rookery off the coast of Maine. As he travels, Roger recounts his life as an artist, naturalist, and conservationist, and shares his hopes for the future.
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