BBC's 'Earthflight – Africa' from a spectacular bird’s eye view
On GMA News TV this Easter Sunday, BBC’s Earthflight takes us on a journey to experience Africa from a spectacular bird’s eye view.
Fly over Africa on the back of a vulture and see the most animal-packed continent with fresh eyes. Cape gannets arrow-dive among sharks, dolphins and whales, as they join the great sardine run. Fish eagles discover an S-shaped living island comprised entirely of flamingos, and go on a spectacular hunt. Kelp gulls study the hunting behavior of the greatest underwater predator of all - the great white shark.
On the wings of eagles, fly through the mist-filled Victoria Falls and dive for fish in the mighty Zambezi. Circle with vultures high above the Serengeti as they watch the drama of the wildebeest migration below, and discover what happens when this canny scavenger suddenly becomes prey.
Among toxic soda lakes, find out what it is like to be a flamingo, vulnerable to every predator on the continent, including baboons and hyenas. Join these flamingos as they take part in one of the most beautiful dances in the bird world.
This is Africa as never seen before - from the wings of birds. Narrated in Filipino by Raffy Tima, “Earthflight – Africa” airs on March 31, Sunday at 10PM on GMA News TV Channel 11.