“Touching the Wild” touched me like no other Video Documentary ever has.

Once in a while, a something comes along and it is a something a person just can’t to seem to ever shake.

Then one day, I turned to PBS and it was a while ago and then BAM!  I saw the Documentary Film named-


And it went far more than touching the Wild, it touched me.  It made me stand up and come to a new understanding of Nature that I never thought possible.  An actual eye-opening revelation of massive proportion.  And it will haunt many who ever see it.  Yes, it really will.

This video is one of the greatest single reasons that I have Promoted One Theme in all of my books in A Panther’s Father Book Series.  

And that theme is this for all Animals-

We Want to Live!

And the closer I come to the closing curtain in my own life, I do think it very important that we share with each other the things that do mean something to us.

And I am not going to lecture you.  But if I could relay just one thing, it is profoundly revealed in just one single Video called

Touching the Wild


And at the above site, Joe Hutto explains why he chose to live with Mule Deer for Seven Years and this Video is about as deep reaching as anything I have ever seen.

Many answers to questions that I didn’t even know that I had were right there to see.  And now, I cannot forget how moving and touching this PBS Video is.

And there are other Valiant Warriors out there for animals such as Ingrid NewKirk.

And I hope that you too will share this video with others.

And this one movie made me no longer care to see Deer Hunting for the rest of my life.

It’s what each one of us gives back in our lifetime that matters so very much.

God Bless…the living breathing James Brown, US Army Veteran, author of HANDGUN SAFETY and the following books-