"Once again two movie makers have pooled their joint knowledge of movie making and their companion interests in ornithology to produce a delightful film of bird life — a record of camera hunting for gulls, terns, ospreys, black skimmers and other water birds along parts of the Atlantic littoral. In Seashore Safari, Robert E. Lawrence and J. Donald Sutherland have wisely limited the subject matter and footage of their film to a small portion of the almost unlimited world of birds. Seashore Safari is presented in a clear and crisp manner, with many scenes outstanding for their beautiful photography. The film is well edited. The accompanying narrative is unfailingly informative, without being verbose. All in all — an excellent production." Movie Makers, Dec. 1953, 333.
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