Duration: 22 minutes
Published by: Peter Flack Productions
Presented by: Rowland Ward
The hunt takes the viewer via the Kalahari Gemsbok Park and Etosha Pan to the Kalahari, in the south-west, for gemsbok; Omitara, in the north, for springbok; and the Waterberg, in the north-east, for black-faced impala and Damaraland dik-dik.
This short film is Peter Flack’s attempt to capture the essence of his safari for his family. As such, it is much more than a collection of one-shot animal kills. This is a record of his safari as a whole: the camps, the staff, the habitat of the region, including its flora and fauna and, of course, the hunts of the unusual animals he pursued. It provides a wonderful reference source for anyone contemplating a hunt in the country and will help the viewer decide if this kind of hunt is for him and her and, if so, what rifles, ammunition, preparation, clothing and equipment are necessary.