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Wingbeats to the Amazon

Flourishing in the wilds of South America is a greater variety of birds than anywhere else on Earth. Like its people, the continent’s birds are unique and flamboyant. This superbly shot programme, WINGBEATS TO THE AMAZON, captures the more colourful, majestic and bizarre of South America’s birds….the world’s biggest and most colourful parrots, tiny hummingbirds not much larger than a bumblebee and stylish male mannikins that perform odd, vibrating dances to entice a female.

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Format
1 × 60
Definition
SD
YOP
2000
Producer
A Grainger Television production
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