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This video production contains music that has been licensed to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This license allows for the free distribution of the finished video production, in its entirety, by video tape, Compact or Digital Video disc, or internet streaming and downloading. It is intended for the private, personal use the Public. Any non-private use by the Public of this video product containing licensed music requires that a separate license be obtained. You are responsible for any license requirement resulting from your use of the music. - - Togiak National Wildlife Refuge is one of the outstanding jewels of the National Wildlife Refuge System. This incredibly diverse backdrop, located in southwest Alaska, is home to thriving populations of brown bears, caribou, moose, and walrus, plus a multitude of sea birds, marine mammals and other wildlife. - Linking the 4.7 million acres of Togiak Refuge and its nearly 300 species of wildlife are 1500 miles of rivers and streams. Each summer the sparkling waters of Togiak Refuge swell with stunning numbers of Pacific salmon. Through such yearly migrations, returning fish nourish untold numbers of plants, animals and people, just as they have for thousands of years. The life cycle of the Pacific salmon, delivered like acts in a play, is the event that sustains life along Togiak’s many waterways, literally transforming them into ‘Rivers of Life’.
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