Less than a couple of months to go before our *Father & Son Wildman... read more
This is a fantastic video that presents a more philosophical approach to hunting. Asking some great questions about the ethics around the hunt and the food we eat, this is well worth a watch - and a great video to show a non-hunter. It's short, excellently filmed and a must view.
Course dates for our next public Father & Son Weekend are now confirmed.
Less than a couple of months to go before our Father & Son Wildman Weekend kicks off! We're running a special deal at the moment for all those who register before 21 December, so make sure you get in quick. We're taking 12 Dads and sons max - and its first in, first served. So if you're keen to go, get in touch with us ASAP!
Just a quick heads up on a deal we’re running for our November (9-11) Wildman course. Until Friday 12 October, for every person that registers, we’ll give them one FREE entry for a mate. Only condition is that your deposit ($100) is paid by then. It’s a strictly first come, first served basis – so get in quick! How you choose to use the freebie is up to you… a gift, or split the single rego cost 50:50, or whatever!
I’m not sure I’d be too far off the mark if I suggested that men of great character who are equally great role-models, are a little hard to come by in the 21st century – and especially hard to find with those who are in the public eye!
A mountain bike ride in the Whakarewarewa forest (Rotorua) turns to custard...
Being lost in the bush isn’t a lot of fun … so I’ve heard. While I’ve never been lost, I have on the odd occasion, been ‘geographically challenged’ – which I guess, is a form of ‘lostness’!
Things have been pretty quiet on the Wildman front - what with winter and all. And after the recent news about the change in mens and womens IQ, some of you might be wallowing in a bit of self pity - particularly if you haven't been able to head out into the great outdoors for a while. If you missed the news item, it seems that for the first time ever, women (on average) are scoring higher in IQ tests than men.
We've finalised our next course dates, so make sure you register your interest with us soon!
The following is a copy of an article printed in Grapevine Magazine, Issue 1 2012.