A lot of people think humans should stay out of nature and "let it be", as if we are an invasive species to the planet. I say f*** that, we should connect with it. We should see it with our own naked eyes and gain an appreciation for it in the realest form. If we don't physically associate ourselves with the natural life, how can we as whole change our behavior in a way that is sustainable? I don't believe we can. Us humans have every right to walk through the woods like any bear, deer, elk, lion, etc. And we should. If we physically neglect our precious resources then I believe we can count on our lifestyle choices indirectly disregarding all that as good beyond our concrete jungles. #montana#nature#hunting#bowhunting#backcountry#wildlife#conservation#responsibility
The joy of spotting a leopard in Kruger 🍃
This week we have been self-driving from the most northern tip of Kruger, bordering Mozambique and Zimabwe, all down towards the south. 🌳 Imagine 2 million hectares of spotting wildlife from crisp mornings to golden evenings, making fires and drinking wine and laughing about animal words in Afrikaans (our fav: stinkmuishond!) while being surrounded by endless nature and creatures of the Earth. I belong in the bush.