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Birds of Norfolk: A Bird Watchers Dream
     

Birds of Norfolk: A Bird Watchers Dream

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Director: Rob Wilson, Jill Wilson, Kevan Brighting

Cast: Rob Wilson, Jill Wilson, Kevan Brighting

 
This nature release presents a series of picturesque views of Norfolk, England, as captured by photographers Rob and Jill Wilson, who capture images of several varieties of birds such as the White-crowned Sparrow, Marsh Harrier, and more.

Overview

This nature release presents a series of picturesque views of Norfolk, England, as captured by photographers Rob and Jill Wilson, who capture images of several varieties of birds such as the White-crowned Sparrow, Marsh Harrier, and more.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/27/2010
UPC:
0885444274756
Original Release:
2010
Rating:
NR
Source:
Reality Ent
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
1:33:00
Sales rank:
16,223

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Birds of Norfolk: A Bird Watcher's Dream
1. Opening Credits [2:45]
2. Northern Denes [:49]
6. Waxam [1:20]
8. Slender Billed Gull [1:00]
14. Snettisham [2:20]
15. Wells Next The Sea [:44]
25. Marshland [:26]
28. Dykes [:36]
41. Sammy The Black-Winged Stilt [1:19]
45. Black Tailed Godwit [1:12]
48. Spoonbills [2:29]
49. Cley the Next Sea [1:10]
55. Sculthorpe [1:10]
60. Wayland Wood [:44]
86. White Crowned Sparrow [1:23]
88. Back Garden Birds [1:29]
90. Cemeteries [:26]
93. End Credits [1:08]

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Birds of Norfolk: A Bird Watchers Dream 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BHauser More than 1 year ago
A blend of gorgeous photography, pleasant classical music and leisurely narration, this DVD is a nice, family-friendly diversion for wildlife lovers. Norfolk in this case is the original: the Norfolk on the northeast coast of Britain, and it teems with a wide variety and dense quantity of interesting birds. As a guide for someone planning a bird-watching trip to the area, this DVD is perfect. And for the birder who can't make the trip, this is a drier, warmer substitute. I particularly appreciated the narration, which adequately described the area and the birds (seals, adders, butterflies, flowers and a few people too!) without imposing too much, or trying to be clever or cute. The shots linger nicely in this one, allowing the viewer to peacefully observe the birds' behavior. If that's a good afternoon or evening of entertainment for you, this DVD is just right.