I didn't imagine that I would ever be a part of making a book for hunters, since I've never hunted in my life, but when Bjørn asked me if I would illustrate an identification guide for hunters, I gradually became interested. Our main object with this book, is to help responsible hunters reduce their chances of shooting protected species. We are both birdwatchers, so it was natural for us to focus on small game, and birds in particular. We deal with mammals up to the size of Wild Boar, but there are not as many "confusion" species here as with the birds, so the number of mammal illustrations is relatively small.
It has been an interesting process, and I'm looking forward to seeing the final result in not too many months. The video in this post describes the making of the front cover, and the wolf is the latest illustration I made for the book. It is a young wolf, most likely to be confused with a dog, or even a fox (!), for the very unexperienced hunter. The wolf is a protected species in Norway, but every now and then they are unfortunately shot, sometimes by hunters claiming they mistook it for a fox or something else.