Tracking a wounded wild boar is always accompanied by the necessary risk. Even more, tracking a wounded keiler is a precarious undertaking. Especially when our male boar has the advantage of being ambushed in an area known to him and where the hunter has no view at all.
You can only rely on your ears and be prepared for the attack, which will certainly happen if the boar is still capable. Finally it’s not always the hunter who draws the longest straw.
In addition to its speed and strength, the keiler has another ace to play: tusks as sharp as daggers. Don’t let size deceive you, even a sow can mess you up badly.
This fortunate hunter returns from the forest without a schratch but also without the keiler.