1st of November and no signs of winter yet. This is truly remarkable, usually around this time of year we would be wading through deep snow while hunting ptarmigan or tracking Arctic Foxes. But not a single snowflake has fallen so far. 26 of October 22 years ago a massive avalanche fell on the village Flateyri causing 20 casualties. The climate is changing drastically and it’s happening so quickly that we are seeing changes in weather year by year. Glaciers are melting and sea level is rising. We who live in the Arctic, we who hunt and we who spend time outdoors notice these changes way better than those who spend their entire time imprisoned behind the city walls. We humans have done more damage to planet earth in the last 100 years then all who ever lived before us combined. We are on a fast track causing permanent damage to the same nature we used to rely on in order to survive. We as individuals have little to say about the pollution coming from industries, transportation etc but we as consumers can do our part. We have to change they way we think and act so our children and their children and generations to come can enjoy the same nature and wildlife that we love so much. Do you notice different circumstances in your area ? 📷 : @stenersenoutdoors ________________________________________________________#nordichunter #jakt#jaktbilder#jagt#jagd#jager#jägare#caza#chasse#iceland#modernhuntsman#villmarksliv#whatgetsyououtdoors#mittjegerliv#dinjaktbild#jaktforlivet#shotgun#wildlife#passionforhunting#härkila#waterfowlhunting#waterfowl#goosehunting#duckhunting#girlswhohunt#highlands#conservation#jentersomjakter#huntress#girlswithguns @harkila_official @themonocular
We would like to introduce Leadburn Yarrow “Henry” at stud. Henry is an absolute blast to watch work and is one confident dog that has no fear. You can read about and view more pictures of Henry here: (Link in Bio) and visit our puppy section to as we have opened a few deposit spots for his upcoming litters. He is something special!