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| 50 min

This documentary shows efforts by Canadian wildlife specialists to preserve and nurture the creatures that remain in our wilderness areas, species such as the whooping crane, prairie falcons, bighorn sheep, bison, polar bears and grizzlies.

  • director
    Michael McKennirey
  • script
    Michael McKennirey
  • editing
    Michael McKennirey
  • producer
    George Pearson
  • photography
    Douglas Kiefer
  • sound
    Jean-Guy Normandin
  • sound editing
    Karl Duplessis
  • music
    Karl Duplessis
  • narrator
    Alexander Scourby
  • re-recording
    Roger Lamoureux
    Michel Descombes


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Ages 9 to 17

Geography - Environmental Issues
Geography - Territory: Protected
Science - Biology
Science - Environmental Science
Science - Life Systems/Ecology
Social Studies - Contemporary Issues

Discuss how students can raise environmental awareness. Have students choose one of the endangered species seen in the film and prepare a presentation pleading for its survival. Have students use artwork and music to complement their presentations.

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