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Everywhere is a Wildlife Park

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Amateur film 1970 19 mins

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Amateur filmmaker and wildlife enthusiast Mr A.G. Hodges, known as ‘Budge’ to friends and family, captures on film over a number of years the mammals, birds, and insects in his local Norfolk. Species filmed includes the now scarcely populated Red Squirrel suckling on the sap of a silver birch, and another threatened species, the tern, a seabird.