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To The Journey’s End

The Life Cycle of the Atlantic Salmon

"To The Journey’s End" documents the desperate voyage of the Atlantic salmon from ocean to river and back again, driven by the desire to reproduce.

The film opens on the rugged North East coastline. It's spring and tens of thousands of seabirds have come ashore to breed. Out at sea, another great migration is also taking place - Atlantic salmon are travelling the long distance back home to breed in their native rivers in the North East of Scotland.

Director(s): Bernard Martin
Script: Bernard Martin, Bill Kirton
Production: Bernard Martin
Music: Nick Scott
Actors: Bernard Martin
 
Year: 2017
Duration: 31 min
Our age recommendation: 12
Language (audio): English
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Shooting Locations: United Kingdom
 
Screening rights: Project Media UK ()

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Main topic(s): Oceans
Secondary topics: overfishing wilderness wildlife
Mentions: seals dolphins salmon migration conservation habitat lifecycle
Topic Page(s): Oceans

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