Availability

To download a watermarked preview, please log in/register

Details

FOOTAGE number
TPA4431780
Title
Winter for the takahē bird in New Zealand's Murchison Mountains, 1949 part 2
Description
Colour footage of one New Zealand's greatest wildlife stories - the rediscovery of the 'extinct' takahē in 1948, found alive in the Murchison Mountains, Fiordland National Park: exploring the Notornis Valley in Winter 1949
Medium
16 mm
Date
1949 (C20th-C20th)
Credit
Bridgeman Images
Aspect ratio
16:9
Duration
123.6s
Frame rate
24 fps
Dimensions
1920 x 1080
Keywords
  • 16mm
  • 1940s
  • 20th century
  • 40s
  • E G Turbott
  • Fiordland National Park
  • Geoffrey Orbell
  • Lake Te Anau
  • Murchison Mountains
  • NZ
  • NZ landscape
  • NZ wildlife
  • Orbell
  • South Island
  • Te Anau
  • Turbott
  • august 1949
  • bird
  • birds
  • blue sky
  • c20th
  • campsite
  • cliff
  • clip
  • clouds
  • color
  • colour
  • discovery
  • endangered species
  • endangered wildlife
  • expedition
  • exploration
  • explorers
  • extinct
  • extinction
  • fauna
  • film
  • fiordland
  • flora
  • flora and fauna
  • fog
  • footage
  • forest
  • forties
  • freshwater
  • habitat
  • hiker
  • hiking
  • hills
  • lake
  • landscape
  • man
  • men
  • mountain range
  • mountains
  • murchison
  • national park
  • natural history
  • natural world
  • naturalist
  • naturalists
  • nature
  • nature documentary
  • new zealand
  • new zealand landscape
  • new zealand south island
  • notornis
  • notornis valley
  • nz nature
  • plant
  • plants
  • river
  • silent
  • snow
  • snowy landscape
  • stream
  • takahe
  • takahe birds
  • trees
  • twentieth century
  • valley
  • video
  • walker
  • water
  • weka
  • winter
  • woods
  • 1948
  • 1949

Lightbox


Select lightbox


Metadata



Back to top