The amazing story of 96-year-old birdwatcher Al Larson who has created his own Bluebird paradise in Idaho.
Al started building Bluebird nest boxes in 1978 when he retired from working at a sawmill. His new hobby became a lifelong passion and he has helped to fledge over 40,000 Bluebirds. He has now built over 350 nest boxes and collected years of data on the bluebirds. To learn more about Al and his work watch the short documentray The Bluebird Man that was filmed when he was 91 years old.