Ray Mears tracking leopards in Namibia while filming for Survival
This past Sunday,.Ray Mears offered up a once-in-a-lifetime trip tracking leopards in Namibia, which was auctioned.off on BBC Radio 2.for Children in Need. The 5-day trip will.be hosted by Ray next year, along with members of the Global Leopard Project, and will offer an amazing chance to see these big cats along with other game, such as lions, cheetahs and rhinos.
At the end of Sunday's auction, the.winning bid raised a fantastic￡17,000 for the charity.
During an interview with Richard Madeley.last week, Ray.explained just what the expedition would involve:
Interview with Ray Mears on BBC Radio 2
About The Woodlore Team Woodlore, School of Wilderness Buchcraft was founded in 1983, by the British Bushcraft and survival expert Ray Mears. Woodlore began as a relatively unknown company, offering a small selection of courses on bushcraft techniques. With Ray's ambition and perserverance, Woodlore has since grown into a world-renowned and highly respected school, offering in-depth courses on a wide range of bushcraft and survival subjects. In addition to training, Woodlore now also provides some of the finest outdoors equipment from around the world, carefully selected on the basis of our extensive experience.