"Water Birds" is considered a True Life Adventure by Disney. It is a documentary about water birds, like its name suggests. It is included as an extra on "The Rescuers" DVD. But is there any connection between this and "The Rescuers"? At my point of view, only on a very small point: because this documentary is about albatrosses. Other than that, I don't see how can they possibly be related.
"Water Birds" is not the most exciting thing to watch, but it's interesting for those who have a certain admiration towards birds (or water birds, in this case). Besides, it isn't longer than 30 minutes, which is the ideal runtime: not too short and not too long.
"Water Birds" looks dated, but ironically that can be a good thing too, because this means that it takes us to long gone times. Besides, despite being dated, it still shows us some of the beauties of nature and our planet. Too bad about its poor picture quality of this nature documentary - this is a point which it desperately needs to be restored, to disguise its numerous imperfections.
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