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Chumming with Chipmunks (1921)



Chumming with Chipmunks

(1921)

Documentary / Silent

This short documentary was filmed by William L. Finley (1876-1953), an early environmentalist, American wildlife photographer and conservationist.  The William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is a natural area in the Willamette Valley in Oregon, United States which was named for Mr. Finley.

The documentary shows how Finley and a chipmunk interact in the wild, slowly becoming accustomed to each other.  The film is interspersed with title cards that give a good indication that Mr. Finley also had a good sense of humor.

For the formalized edition, see Making Friends with Chipmunks.  A Bray Educational Film produced by Bray Studios, Inc.




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