Multcolib School Corps Picks Salmon Grade 3
Annotation:Describes the efforts of the Jackson Elementary School in Everett, Washington, to clean up a nearby stream, stock it with salmon, and preserve it as an unpolluted place where the salmon could return to spawn.
Annotation:Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and life cycle of the Pacific salmon, with an emphasis on the hatching and growth of its young.
Annotation:Explains how wild salmon live and grow; discusses their migration, its purpose, and its routes; and lists threats wild salmon may face on their migration.
Annotation:Every river has its people -- Welcoming the Salmon People -- The First salmon celebration -- Giving thanks to the cedar -- The Greatest wealth -- Giving thanks to the earth
Annotation:Using the Columbia River Basin as an example, LIFE IN A RIVER examines the physical features, processes and many different species of plants and animals that make up a unique river ecosystem.
Annotation:These four programs provide the viewer with a rich perspective on the contemporary salmon crisis in the Pacific Northwest, and on the efforts taken to restore these creatures which are so important to the Northwest economy, environment, and culture.
Annotation:Introduces some of the baby animals found in the Pacific Northwest, including raccoon kits, a bison calf, grey wolf pups, Coho salmon fry, Western Sandpiper chicks, and a cougar kitten.