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How to Count Hares

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Abstract
An educational film about how the number of animals in a certain forest area is determined. Vladimir region, Petushinsky district. Observation of animals at the zoo. Deer, squirrel, bears, foxes, hares in the forest. The huntsman observes the footprints of animals to determine their number. A huntsman skiing with a gun moves through the forest. Owl on the tree. Black grouse "fight" with each other. Grouse in the grass and on the tree. The huntsman whistles into the decoy - a special whistle, luring the bird. Duck and drakes in a pond. A huntsman in the thickets of grass is watching them. The fox makes its way through the snow, leaving an even line of trail. Marten tracks. Hare tracks leading in different directions. Type of book publication with the NDP: “RED BOOK OF THE USSR. RARE AND THREATED SPECIES OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS ”.
Director
E. Taravkova
Color
Color
Film ID
38047
Keywords
animal world
, protection of nature
, zoology
Meterage
194,8
Number of Parts
1
Operators
N. Yurushkina
Other Creators
scriptwriter V. Tokmakov, sound engineer N. Kuznetsov, editor N. Kaspe
Release Date
1983
Sound
Has Sound

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