Ardnamurchan peninsula on the beautiful coast of Argyll is a place rich in wildlife. Down by the sea loch, many shore birds care for their young as spring turns into summer. On the hills above, the wild cat and the red fox prowl, an eagle soars and the young ospreys patiently wait for their parents to return with food. Summer becomes autumn, and on the high tops, the red stags, challenge one another, watched by their hinds. The magic of a remote place is captured in a commentary by Harry Greene.
Winner of six international film awards.
16mm & 35mm
This film won a plaque at the 1961 international Film Festival, New Delhi, India
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