Kestrels are known as wind hoverers because of the birds’ ability to hang motionless in the air. Sir David Attenborough shows us, using slow motion photography, details of their flying technique that we can’t see with the naked eye. “Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera ” premieres Wednesday, January 23 at 8/7c.
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