One man and his ultralight plane are teaching orphaned birds how to migrate while giving people a front row seat of nature in action.
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Cantal, France's Christian Moullec, a 58-year-old conservationist microlight pilot, is putting his ability to fly to good use. Much like artist and filmmaker Bill Lishman, the man who first flew with migrating Canadian geese in 1986 and is the subject of the 1996 Oscar-nominated film Fly Away Home, Moullec is using his microlight aircraft to help orphaned and often endangered birds learn the ropes of migration.
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