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Newfoundland Sea Birds

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Library and Archives Canada: 16mm.
"This CBC program presents tourism films. On this program, the presentations are BEAUTIFUL BONNE BAY and NEWFOUNDLAND SEA BIRDS, both made by Lee Wulff Productions for the Province of Newfoundland. [...] NEWFOUNDLAND SEA BIRDS is a 1961 film about the bird life on Green Island, 20 miles south of St. John's, Newfoundland. The island is a favourite homing place for sea birds such as gulls, kittiwakes, murres, puffins and terns. The waterfowl swarm the cliffs and the sky.


National Film Board of Canada, Films by Other Producers Distributed in Canada by the National Film Board of Canada/Films de divers producteurs distribués au Canada par l’Office national du film du Canada (Montreal: National Film Board of Canada, c.1968), 4.
"Setting: Green Island, 20 miles north of Newfoundland - a favorite place of sea birds. We see naturalists at work; also gulls, puffins, terns, etc."