Algonquin Wildlife (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Hugo Kitching

Genres Documentary     History    
Director    
Writers Hugo Kitching (writer)
Country Canada
Language English
Runtime 30 min
Plot Filmed in High Definition, 'Algonquin Wildlife' follows some of Canada's most spectacular creatures through the forests, ponds and rivers of Algonquin Provincial Park. From brook trout to beaver ponds, 'Algonquin Wildlife' takes an intimate look at the park's incredible biodiversity, including moose, otters, owls, turtles, snakes and many others. With underwater footage and breathtaking aerial cinematography of Ontario's legendary fall colours, 'Algonquin Wildlife' captures the unique beauty of the park throughout the seasons.... search for Algonquin Wildlife on IMDb

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  • Algonquin Wildlife (Video 2011) - IMDb

    Directed by Hugo Kitching. Filmed in High Definition, 'Algonquin Wildlife' follows some of Canada's most spectacular creatures through the forests, ponds and rivers of Algonquin Provincial Park. From brook trout to ...

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2056510/

  • Algonquin Wildlife information, trailers and clips - Movieler

    Algonquin Wildlife (2011) A documentary movie directed by Hugo Kitching. Filmed in High Definition, 'Algonquin Wildlife' follows some of Canada's most spectacular creatures through the forests, ponds and rivers of...

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  • Spotlight on Algonquin - Muskoka Region

    Terry Myers met Hugo Kitching and John Kimmel at University of King’s College in Halifax. ... and all the wildlife he saw,” Myers recalled. ... Their first full-length DVD, Algonquin Wildlife is now for sale in the Friends of Algonquin Park store.

    http://www.muskokaregion.com/community-story/3566789-spotlight-on-algonquin/

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