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James Katharine Flynn,
A boy's perspective of an African Safari sheds realistic light on the issues of game management and hunting.
This documentary is a boy's story about his African Safari. It provides an excellent insight into hunting, particularly African hunting and how it relates to the preservation of game. Not only does it present some interesting historical ties and rarely seen footage to Teddy Roosevelt's famous 1909 safari, but it also accurately depicts important issues of past and present game management issues. I highly recommend this film for the hunter and non-hunter.
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