Life on the Rocks
At the mouth of the Firth of Forth in Scotland sits an ancient volcanic island, home to the world’s largest colony of gannets: the Bass Rock. For three years in the 1960s, June Nelson and her late husband Bryan called it their home, studying the birds and their behaviors. June reflects upon their time together and the catastrophic loss of global seabird populations in the years since.
Director & Producer: George Pretty
Duration: 19min 30sec
Ages 8 +
Available 4/17 - 5/15
Part of From Student Finalists shorts block
with Growing up Kiwi & Secrets of the Salamanders