estimated that half of the world’s wildlife has been lost in the past
40 years. Creatures across land, rivers and seas have been hunted in
unsustainable numbers, and their habitats polluted or destroyed.
losing the world’s wildlife, but is there also something disappearing
that’s deep rooted in human psychology? A vital and inherent part of
being alive. More and more people spend time in cities, in front of
televisions, computers and mobile phones, communicating and experiencing
the world digitally from the comforts of modern life; loosing our
direct connection and awareness of the wild.
what if we could re-awaken and re-connect ourselves with the wild;
fundamentally shifting back our consciousness. Could this not only help
restore declining wildlife populations but also bring back adventure,
wonder and enchantment into our lives?
cascades us around in time, giving glimpses of the past, present and
future, when mega-fauna roam the Highlands of Scotland. The Grey Wolf,
The Brown Bear, The Walrus, The Eurasian Lynx, The Elk… our environment
is a reflection of us, but are we also a reflection of our environment?