Nature Owl Power


Documentary / Family

IMDb Rating 8.6 10 86


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Reviewed by MartinHafer 9 / 10

A must for all you owl lovers out there.

I have always thought owls are gorgeous creatures and I love that I live in a part of the world where they are amazingly common. Still, there is a ton I don't know about the animals and I was excited to see this episode of "Nature". It talks a bit about how ubiquitous and successful they are, but the main thrust is on the factors that make them that way. So, how and why the birds can fly so quietly and slowly is explored well as other qualities such as their amazing eyesight and hearing. What I loved, however, was seeing the owlets...and when they were raised by the scientists. It sure looked like a great job and the baby owls were captivating. One of the best films out there about owls. Well worth seeing, well made and fun.

Reviewed by strong-122-478885 8 / 10

The Quiet Flyer's Kryptonite

From their silent flight, to their radar-like hearing, to their astounding night-vision, to their unique appearance - I think owls (Yes. All 240 different species of them) are, without a doubt, one of the absolute coolest birds on the entire face of this planet.

And, with their amazing "super" abilities - I think owls put the likes of eagles, parrots and crows in a 2nd place position in the world of birds. I really do.

And, you know - Perhaps after watching "Owl Power" you just may find yourself in total agreement with what I say about these remarkable creatures-of-the-night. Yes. No doubt, you'll be completely surprised when you find out how many degrees an owl can actually turn its head around without any strain.

With its excellent camera-work and its educational narration - "Owl Power" is an impressive nature-production from PBS that is, most definitely, worth an 8-star rating.

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