The Flight of the Snow Geese

United Kingdom, 1978

Film
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Episode of Series “Survival Anglia Wildlife Series”.
This award winning film tells the story of 300,000 wild snow geese - and the fourteen snowgeese who thought they were human beings. One late spring, naturalist cameramen, Des and Jen Bartlett, marooned themselves on the rugged Arctic tundra for four months. Their objective, to cover for the first time the incredible migration story of the snow geese, from their arctic nesting grounds west of Hudson Bay, south to Texas and the Gulf of Mexico, (a 2,500 mile journey). Living in their tent among the geese, the Bartletts found themselves “leaders” of their own gaggle of strongly attached young geese who now had to make the journey with them. This beautiful film reveals the adventures of the wild geese and the orphans who eventually had to break with their human “parents” and find their way back into the wild. Rated: G

Credits

producer

Aubrey Buxton

Duration

00:52:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1978

Appears in

Survival Anglia Wildlife Series

Group of items

Survival Anglia Wildlife Series

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Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

324359

Language

English

Subject categories

Animals & Wildlife → Birds

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Natural history

Documentary

Documentary → Documentary films - Great Britain

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Colour

Holdings

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

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