New wildlife doc series takes to the skies

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AirborneSky Nature and Love Nature are partnering on a new wildlife documentary that centres on animals that use the air to survive. 


Airborne is a 4 x 60’ series produced by Humble Bee Films, and gives a bird’s-eye view from airborne birds and animals, including condors, squirrels and orchid bees. 
 

Poppy Dixon, director of documentaries and factual at Sky, said: “We look to commission exceptional natural history programming that reveals a new lens on our planet. Taking to the air, we are excited to be offering our audiences a thrilling new perspective on the world around us, which we know they will love.”
 

“Humble Bee Films is delighted to be working with Love Nature and Sky Nature to produce this immersive natural history series. For many animals, the ability to defy gravity and launch into the air is crucial to their survival and our specialist camera teams will take the viewer right alongside as we go Airborne,” added Stephen Dunleavy, executive producer, Humble Bee Films. 
 

Airborne is produced by Humble Bee Films for Sky Nature and Love Nature; the series is executive produced by Charlotte Crosse and Stephen Dunleavy at Humble Bee Films. Poppy Dixon is the executive producer for Sky Nature, and James Manfull executive produces the series on behalf of Love Nature.

 

Image via Sky. 



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