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Following the Tundra Wolf
ABC-TV, 1975 - 45 Minutes
Narrated by Robert Redford

The first film ever made about the wolf entirely in the wild, this was made in the Canadian Northwest Territories along the Arctic circle and is a living portrait of the tundra wolf and its principal prey, the barren ground caribou. Using pioneering photographic techniques to obtain unique animal behavior footage, it tells the story of the wolf, the predator that inhabits the human imagination like no other creature.

Producer: Neil Goodwin
Co-directors: John Borden/Neil Goodwin
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Stock Footage Subject Matter
  • aerials
  • animals
  • Arctic
  • barren grounds
  • Bathurst Inlet
  • brants
  • Canada
  • Canada geese
  • caribou
  • caribou young
  • Eskimos
  • feeding
  • fox
  • ice
  • landscapes
  • mammals
  • migration
  • musk ox
  • Northwest Territories
  • old squaw ducks
  • phalaropes
  • predation
  • sandhill cranes
  • scavenging
  • snow
  • spring breakup
  • tundra
  • whistling swans
  • winter
  • wolf
  • wolf pups
  • wolverine
  • Yellowknife