It is already getting dark in the forest when Leendert Houweling (42) suddenly stops. A clenched fist goes up, the look is stern: ‘Stand still’. With the binoculars he observes three wild boars, about 50 meters away. He stares for more than twenty minutes via steps to the left, right and a few steps forward. Three times he sticks the shooting stick in the ground, puts the gun on, and hangs it over his shoulder again.