Wildlife Expedition: River Kingfisher - Black Storks
River Kingfisher This story takes place in Germany, on a little tributary of the Rhine river. Here, living inconspicuously, is one of the most fascinating, shy and stunningly beautiful birds: “The Kingfisher” also called the “Flying Diamond” because when the sun’s light is at its best it makes the plumage gleam like colorful diamonds. Since the antiquity, myths have been surrounding the azure blue Kingfisher. This is a fascinating, one-of-a-kind nature “docudrama”. The action is lively, the never-before-seen footage is amazing and so is the hunt for the flying diamonds. Truly, a must see nature film... Black Storks Here is a surprise that only nature seems to be capable of. It is a well-known fact that in our today’s world, animals and plants are becoming extinct at an ever alarming rate. One such creature, the magnificent and colorful Black Stork had for centuries been native to Germany but had not been seen here for many decades and thus was believed to have become extinct. So it was to the pure delight of every nature lover to learn that these large, yet very shy birds were sighted a few years ago in their native territory of hundreds of years ago - the Forest of the Black Stork. This nature film is the fascinating journey into the forest of the black storks. Never before has the life of these shy and very seclusive birds so well been documented before. Exploring the unknown world of these amazing creatures provides a truly exciting nature experience...