descriptionTwo thousand years ago, new Zealand looked very different from the rest of the world. It was a primeval paradise for birds; a relic of an ancient world long forgotten. Ulva Island is a small island about 3.5 km long lying within Paterson Inlet, which is part of Stewart Island/Rakiura in New Zealand. Ulva Island's relative isolation, but easy access from Stewart Island, has allowed it to become an important natural resource area. It is a sanctuary for both birds and plants, holding species that are rare or have died out on the mainland of New Zealand. The island plays an important role in the conservation of threatened species, providing a great opportunity to experience New Zealand ecology. The film tells a story about life on the island ans seen through the eyes of a young robin.
|Official Release Date||Mar 08, 2011|
|Audio||Dolby Digital Stereo|
|Running Time||60 Minutes|
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