Migratory birds in Chile, video

This video, in Spanish with English subtitles, says about itself:

Chiloé, The Island of Birds

This short film explains why migratory sea birds arrive to the island of Chiloé, and the different migrations that the birds make. It shows how important wetlands are in giving these birds shelter, as well as exposes their threats. At the same time, we can appreciate how birds have formed part of Chiloé culture, through activities such as the Migratory Birds Festival.

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