As the name implies the show is focused upon animals of the winged variety. You can see vultures, hawks, Amazon parrots, crowned cranes, macaws, and an American Bald Eagle.
Here is a quote from the Natural Encounters inc. website:
“Rather we strive to introduce audiences to free-flight and natural bird behavior, which most people find more interesting and entertaining than birds acting like people. The entertainment of birds "doing what they do best" is the vehicle for a conservation message that is the underlying theme of every show. “
The show fits with the overall theme of Disney's Animal Kingdom in regards to animals favoring understanding, respect, and conservation over exploitive stunts.
This is a show that is entertaining and educational for all ages. There is some audience participation involved in the show and a number of birds fly very close to members of the audience. At the conclusion of the show you are able to get up close to the birds and take pictures and talk to the trainers to ask questions and learn more.
Disney World guests of all ages will enjoy this show that is entertaining, but also helps educate you about many marvelous species of birds. Flights Of Wonder sometimes gets lost in the midst of the higher profile shows and attractions, but I would definitely recommend visiting this attraction during your next day at Disney's Animal Kingdom.