Johnny Kingdom spends a year following and filming some of the bird species he finds near his home and on his land.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Johnny Kingdom's Year with the Birds - The Birds (play) - Netflix
The Birds (Greek: Ὄρνιθες Ornithes) is a comedy by the Ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes. It was performed in 414 BC at the City Dionysia where it won second prize. It has been acclaimed by modern critics as a perfectly realized fantasy remarkable for its mimicry of birds and for the gaiety of its songs. Unlike the author's other early plays, it includes no direct mention of the Peloponnesian War and there are few references to Athenian politics, and yet it was staged not long after the commencement of the Sicilian Expedition, an ambitious military campaign that had greatly increased Athenian commitment to the war effort. In spite of that, the play has many indirect references to Athenian political and social life. It is the longest of Aristophanes' surviving plays and yet it is a fairly conventional example of Old Comedy.
Johnny Kingdom's Year with the Birds - Translations - Netflix
Jeffrey Henderson, 2002 – verse John Hookham Frere, 1839 – verse William James Hickie, 1853 – prose, full text Benjamin B. Rogers, 1924 – verse Arthur S. Way, 1934 – verse Eugene O'Neill, Jr, 1938 – prose: full text Dudley Fitts, 1957 – prose and verse William Arrowsmith, 1962 – verse Alan H. Sommerstein, 1987 – prose Nan Dunbar, 1995 Ken Roht, 1997 musical adaptation Peter Meineck, 1998 – prose George Theodoridis, 2002 – prose: full text Ian Johnston, 2003 – verse: full text Unknown translator – prose: full text Claudia Haas and Richard Cash – play: sample text Don Zolidis – Modern Adaptation: 
Johnny Kingdom's Year with the Birds - References - Netflix