An outstanding educational resource for the entire family! Join siblings Taylor, Samuel and Grace, along with special guest, Professor Solomon, on a delightful, fun-filled, creation-based journey of learning to identify 18 common feeder birds by sight & sound. All the while, enjoy vivid, close-up images of some of the Creator God’s most beautiful feeder birds, combined with rich bird vocalization recordings.
An outstanding educational resource for the entire family! You’ll learn common feeder birds while also discovering the history of famous ornithologist John James Audubon and answers to questions such as, “Why do birds sing?”
Whether 2 years old or 98, you’re sure to enjoy this engaging and yet gentle presentation, sprinkled with colorful “stop motion” animation, that is sure to turn viewers into lifelong bird enthusiasts!
- Approximately 58 minutes in length, not including bonus material!
- Bonus features include an interactive quiz with everyone's favorite "Professor Solomon" where you can try your hand at answering questions about the featured feeder birds.
Please note that while many of the birds featured are found throughout the continental U.S., the video focuses on birds most commonly found in the Eastern and Central United States.
Featured Birds include:
Chickadee (Black-capped & Carolina)
"One of our greatest passions is that of proclaiming the Truth of God as the Creator. Therefore, we decided we would begin Crowe's Nest Media as a way to teach children the glory of God, right in their own backyard."
- Kellie Crowe, co-creator of Crowe's Nest Media and homeschool mom
David and Kellie Crowe, along with their homeschooled children Taylor, Samuel, and Grace, wanted to use their skills and interests to honor God and share about His marvelous creation. Their vivid, highly informative, and entertaining productions have both been finalists and award-winners at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival! But above the accolades, what the Crowe family loves most is the "joy of working together as a family and glorifying the Lord." In addition to their homeschooling schedule, the family also enjoys reading together, doing yardwork, and they are already working on new projects for the future, including a World War II documentary for children.