Presiding over the natural history of birds, Sir David Attenborough reveals how our feathered friends have come to take over the planet and rule the skies.
Sir David Attenborough presides over the natural history of birds.
With some notable exceptions, most birds can fly with ease. But how do they do it?
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Learn about the snowy owl's habitat, vital statistics and breeding.
Famous as the fastest animal on the planet, peregrines are synonymous with speed.
The face and voice of natural history programmes, his career has spanned 60 years.
Tom Hall is the Digital Editorial Director at Lonely Planet.
Bruce Parry is a modern-day intrepid adventurer.
Steve Backshall reaches the parts of the world others just can't get to!
Sir David Attenborough discusses flight in birds.
Not all birds can fly but all have feathers and can lay eggs.