Henrik Lott hunts with Kai-Uwe and Hagen Denker for Kudu in the Erongo mountains of Namibia. The habitat is rough and wild, and the original home of the elusive Kudu, the so called grey ghost of the mountain. The hunt is physically challenging but rewards the hunter with an unforgettable experience and the deep insight that hunting is the purest and most honest form of our existence and nowadays the only way for an area to be protected from the destruction of civilisation.
Hunting is conservation, and the story will be told soon!
The full movie is coming Fall 2016, here on the official Krieghoff youtube channel!
Film Facts: We used DJI Phantom Drones, GoPro Hero and Camcorder as well as Canon DSLR to film this hunt. Over 12 days we followed the hunters on their adventure in the granit rocks of the Erongo mountains. The area is well protected from the destructive influences of civilisation and contains elusive species like black rhino, black faced impala, Hartlaub frankolin, DikDik, Leopard, Brown Hyaena, Giraffe, Klipspringer, Hartmann Mountain Zebra and plenty of bird species.
Find out more about Krieghoff rifles: http://www.krieghoff.de/
Supported by ERONGO VERZEICHNIS: http://erongo-verzeichnis.com/
Find out more about ethical and sustainable hunting in Namibia and the Namibia Professional Hunters Association (NAPHA): http://www.napha-namibia.com/home/
This Krieghoff Film is produced by: Sebastian Steinbrink-Minami