Linda and special guest Brittany Boddington set their feet on New Zealand soil for what has turned out to be some of the most captivating and exciting footage of the year! Over the next few episodes, Linda and Brittany take some record book animals with Wilderness Quest New Zealand Outfitters. Today’s episode highlights some of the work being done by Something More Safaris, a group that provides humanitarian aid by allowing hunters to volunteer and fundraise for local needs in the area of their hunt! After getting settled into the amazing accommodations at Wilderness Quest they set out for an incredible red stag and fallow deer hunt. Don’t miss the exciting first episode of our New Zealand series today at noon on the Sportsman’s Channel!
Niles, Ohio- On this week’s American Huntress, we start the show a little differently and highlight the works of Something More Safaris. This group specializes in humanitarian work that enables sportsmen and women to get involved in the needs of the local communities in the areas they travel to hunt. A visit to the local Red Cross at Christchurch, New Zealand shows the girls how needs are being met after the deadly 6.3 earthquake in February. After a tour of the devastation and relief efforts, Linda and Brittany head out with Jonathan Christian from Wilderness Quest New Zealand. The luxury cabin style lodging nestled in the foothills overlooks breathtaking snow capped mountains and spring fed trout streams. While still in awe over the beauty and splendor of the landscape Linda and Brittany are off and hunting. First up is Brittany, and she shows that even after a tough spot and stalk she can catch her breath long enough to put a great shot on a monster red stag. This week’s episode concludes with Linda, lots of fog, a little rain, and a beautiful fallow deer at over 250 yards! So, set your DVR and don’t miss a single exciting episode of The American Huntress in New Zealand.
More on Wilderness Quest New Zealand: Log onto www.wildernessquestnz.com and check out your next hunting adventure. Be sure to watch some of the great video when you visit this site.
More on Something More Safaris: Go to www.somethingmoresafaris.com and see how you can get involved in humanitarian relief on your next hunt.
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