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Nature of Things: Long Point  (1983)

Long point marsh is a sandspit on the Northern shore of lake Erie. Discovered in 1670 by French explorers, this wildlife area has kept many of it's original features and is now run by the Canadian wildlife service. Many species of unusual birds, turtles, toads, and other small creatures are to be found here.

Film credits

Camera: Rudolf Kovanic
Director: Nancy Archibald
Editor: Michael Bennett
Narrator: John Livingston
Producer: Nancy Archibald
Production Organisation: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Script: John Livingston
Sound: Dr William Gunn
Sound Editor: Anthony Lancett