Baron Bror von Blixen-Finecke and his wife Karen (Isak Dinesen) had a coffee farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong hills. When the farm and the marriage failed the Swedish aristocrat became the most celebrated white hunter of his age leading safaris for the international social elite. Called Wahoga or wild goose by his African friends he was also a market hunter of ivory when the great herds of elephants were being decimated. This is the story of his spectacular, intrepid life from 1913-1938 with famous friends and clients like the Prince of Wales, Beryl Markham and Ernest Hemingway.
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