Released in 2004
A film by Harold Arsenault
Produced by Harold Arsenault, Paul Cadieux and Maryse Rouillard
Canada's many animal species have adapted to a wide range of habitats. Some live on the outskirts of cities, while others make their homes on the plains, in waters and wetlands, in mixed or boreal forests, or on the tundra. Those habitats change with the seasons, and the animals must adapt quickly to new climate conditions and the resulting changes in the food supply. For most species, the living is easiest in spring, summer, and fall. But throughout most of Canada, the cold reigns supreme for several months of the year. In the Arctic as in most Canadian provinces further south, winter means snow and ice - and lots of it. With the approach of the cold season, different species react in different ways. Some migrate southward while others adapt. It is on those that choose to stay that this 52-minute documentary will focus its attention.
CANADA | 2004 | DOCUMENTARY | 52 MINUTES
FRENCH WITH ENGLISH AND FRENCH SUBTITLES