E-mail us: amdb@ucalgary.ca

Identifier:

  • AAAA5378 (Source: British Columbia Archives)

Date produced:

Filmmaker(s):

Tommy Walker

Production credits:

Length:

600 ft

Format:

16mm

Colour:

Kodachrome

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

BC Archives list of titled amateur films

Description:

"The unique wilderness of the Spatsizi Plateau, and the area's flora, fauna and scenery, as observed by guide-outfitter Tommy Walker. The film points out the negative impact of recent development in the area, and emphasizes the importance of preserving the Spatsizi. Mountain sheep, Stone sheep, Osborn caribou, moose, eagles, beaver, marmots, and many other wildlife species are shown" British Columbia Archives.
This film was produced at some time between 1956 and 1970.

Resources:

"Item AAAA5378 - Spatsizi wilderness." Tommy Walker films, Thomas A. Walker fonds, British Columbia Archives.

Locations:

  • Buckinghorse Lake, B.C. (Filming)
  • Cache Creek, B.C. (Filming)
  • Cartmel Lake, B.C. (Filming)
  • Cold Fish Lake, B.C. (Filming)
  • Eaglenest Range, B.C. (Filming)
  • Gladys Lake, B.C. (Filming)
  • Klappan River, B.C. (Filming)
  • Little Klappan River, B.C. (Filming)
  • Spatsizi Plateau, B.C. (Filming)
  • Stikine Region, B.C. (Filming)
  • Tuaton Lake, B.C. (Filming)

Relevant Locations

Subjects:

Genre:

Form:

Tags:

Repository:

British Columbia Archives