Bucklands is a family farm rich in history. With the fifth generation of the Horn family currently occupying the farm, it became necessary to make changes to take responsibility for the conservation of wild life living on our land.
Our main objective is to maintain and improve the beautiful natural status, recovering the flora, re-establishing the game that belongs on these hills and plains, nursing back the state of nature to its original glory. We obviously have to put much emphasis on the creatures closest to extinction, namely the eagles and the leopards.
We started conserving the Black Eagle many years ago, with great results. Now it became time to focus on the leopard and do what we can to save this species from extinction.
Bucklands has an atmosphere of rest and peace, the tranquility of the mountains, the cleanest of air, and the vastness of the space, the enormous variety of flora, the beautiful wildlife and the majestic eagles soaring above. We farm on land borrowed from future generations, and we intend to leave the land in a better state than we found it.
We want the leopards on our land and the eagles in the sky.