Birds Without Borders
Nick Mollé Documentaries • Educational, Documentary, Independent, Travel, 01-Jan-2014
Birds Without Borders examines the habits of four species of small birds while exploring the newly discovered relationship between Rocky Mountain National Park and the national parks and preserves of Costa Rica. Over one hundred and fifty species of birds share these ecosystems. Fifty of them nest in Colorado and migrate to Costa Rica. These four were chosen because they were best suited to tell this story.
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