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Birds of the Indian Monsoon  (1981)

This film follows the fortunes of birds and other wildlife for a year at Keoland Ghana bird sanctuary at Bharatpur in Norther India.  It's an unusual year because it starts with drought - the previous monsoon having failed and the film shows how birds of the woodlands and marshes react to the drought and how life is renewed by the subsequent monsoon.

Film credits

Camera: Stanley Breeden
Director: Belinda Breeden
Editor: David Corke
Music: Amanda Shankar
Narrator: Marcus Murch
Producer: Stanley Breeden
Production Organisation: Stanley Breeden
Production Organisation: Belinda Breeden
Script: Stanley Breeden
Sound: Belinda Breeden