To everything there is a season

Australia, 1979

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A general interest film exposing one of South Australia’s wildlife sanctuaries located at the Coorong. It instructively illustrates the interaction between the birds and the landscape against a backdrop of seasonal change. Of particular interest to students of the life sciences, conservationists and bird-watching societies. Narrated by John and Judith Dick.

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Bosisto Productions

South Australian Film Corporation


Brian Bosisto



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