In the tropical rainforests Southeast Asian island of Borneo, April is the season when the birds raise their young. They utilize many different techniques when hunting. The greater racket-tailed drongo, known for its long tail, takes aim at the insects in low-lying bushes. The dollarbird skillfully catches insects in mid-air. The Wallace’s hawk-eagle and the bat hawk ambush a horde of bats as they emerge from their caves in the evening. This program compares and contrasts these birds’ amazing and ingenious aerial hunting techniques, revealing their unique survival strategies.