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Pathfinder, ca. 1974

Pathfinder, ca. 1974

 
 
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ARC Identifier 5838 / Local Identifier 22.74. Presents problems being faced by the Fish and Wildlife Services. The film begins with a montage of images called "American Time Capsule" (courtesy of Pyramid Films), which depicts the history of the United States through President Nixon's term of office using paintings, illustrations and photographs. Problems described include growing urban and farming areas, human manipulation of natural resources and environmental accidents. Scenes include: building, mining and erosion, dams, diseased fish, electrocuted birds in power lines, ducks trapped in oil spills, migratory birds poisoned by pesticides, and coyotes attacking domestic farm animals (sheep). An interview with Cleveland Amory, author of Man Kind?, presents his criticisms of the Fish and Wildlife Service and his views on hunting, animal protection agencies, and rules regarding cruelty to animals. Department of the Interior. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (07/01/1974 - ) DVD copied by Liz Pruszko.

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