Human/wildlife conflict is a multi-dimensional and often topical and contentious topic.
In this 60-minute documentary Jack Ramsden, a young cattle rancher from Maun, sets out on a quest across Northern Botswana to witness, first-hand, wildlife's impact on communities and livelihoods.
Along the way, he engages with rural Batswana revealing their everyday struggles with wildlife. Their unscripted stories are told from the heart in an open, candid manner.
The film also features frank interviews with numerous experts in various fields of conservation.
The voice of the people living on the frontline with wildlife is rarely heard; this film brings their narrative to the fore.