Includes footage of various birds, including their nesting sites. The film ends with footage of a pet quail and pet duck with the family dog. Includes title panels: "P Ranch, 40 miles of water and marshland, added to Malheur refuge"; "Trapping and banding ducks"; "Winter refuge for waterfowl"; and "A new kind of duck dog".
Includes footage of the Westward, Native Alaskan children and a whale hunt. Includes title panels: "The bidarrah or ferry-boat at St. Paul"; "Santa Claus"; "The haunts of the blue fox"; "The lemming of the north"; "A Bering Sea beach, home of the fur seals"; "A stranger on the Pribilofs" [a bear cub]; "Farewell to the Pribilofs -- we go a-whaling"; and "On the trail of Jonah."
Footage shows Finley donning a goat costume in order to more closely approach goats for filming. Includes title panels "Ptarmigan or snow grouse"; "On to Boulder Pass"; "Top of the Continental Divide"; "This was a splendid goat country, but we still had to climb the peaks to get above the goats unobserved"; and "It takes a goat to get a goat."
Filmed near Red Eagle (Montana?); includes footage of camp, porcupine, elk, moose and mountain goats. Includes title panels: "Fool hens"; "The trail needed patching"; "Leaving our horses we crept cautiously to the edge of a steep bank and peered over"; "The idea was to lie in wait at the stream crossing below the lick -- and it worked"; and "In the moose country."
Includes title panels: The Reclamation Service turns Lower Klamath over to land promoters; Clear Lake Reservation in 1912; A waterfowl refuge partly drained and leased to stockmen; Malheur Lake Reservation in 1915; and A dry lake, no birds and a world of dust.
Includes footage of fishing at Celilo Falls and the Oregon Coast (including Cape Perpetua, Heceta Head Lighthouse, Sea Lion Caves, and Three Arch Rocks). Includes title panels: Crater Lake National Park; The Harvest of the Columbia; and Salmon, the main food of the Indians.