Birdwatcher's Paradise: Madera Canyon

  |  Buy to Own: 24/10/2005
  |  50 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC
Birdwatcher's Paradise: Madera Canyon Film Poster


Arizona is a state rich in history, inhabited at various times by Spanish conquistadors and Apache warriors, pioneer settlers and goldminers. Today it attracts a different kind of explorer, the birdwatcher, to its Southern border with Mexico where they can view both the marvellous scenery and the spectacular birds of the Madera Canyon. This unusal wilderness area offers a wide range of desert, woodland and mountain habitat to over 150 species of nesting and migratory birds, including such dazzlingly colourful varieties as the heavenly Blue Grosbeak, The Flaming Vermillion Flycatcher, The Vivid Yellow and Red Western Tanager, The Iridescent Green and Violet Hummingbird and the rare and much sort after Elegant Trogan.