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HOKKAIDO

The new book of the Wildlife Photographer Michel d'Oultremont

  • Thank you !

    Thank you !

    There we are! The Ulule pre-order campaign is complete and you have responded to the call!

    Hokkaido has already received a keen interest and a great craze has been created around this new book.
    A huge thank you to you, players of this campaign.

    I'm looking forward to seeing you in September for the official book's release.
    Thank you, thank you and thank you again!

    Michel

  • The story of the red foxes

    Hello ambassadors,

    We're here! The 100% target was met and even exceeded! Thank you again for your support! 

    Here is the second short video that invites you to discover a little more about my trip to Hokkaido. This time we're going to talk about red foxes!

    Together, we can reach over 150% by July 21. Only 12 short days left to reach this new goal. 

    Feel free to talk about this Hokkaido project around you.
    Thank you for your support.

    See you soon,
    Michel

  • Travel stories - part 1

    Hello ambassadors,

    We're almost there! The 100% target is not far away....

    Here is a first video that invites you to discover a little more about my trip to Hokkaido. Have a good trip!

    Together, we will be able to exceed the 120 preorders target!
    Feel free to talk about this Hokkaido project around you.
    Thank you for your support.

    See you soon,
    Michel

  • The story of the Singing Swan.

    The Whooper Swan is an incredible winter migrant.

    Nesting in Russian Siberia, it travels thousands of kilometers each year to winter on the Hokkaido island. Some lakes are volcanic and are fed by hot springs. This creates holes in the ice. Open water is vital for swans and they gather in tens of thousands around the same open hole to feed and then rest on the ice.

    If you would like to support Hokkaido more and make this project a reality, you can:

    - Share the Hokkaido project with your friends, family, acquaintances.
    - Share the Ulule page of the project on your Facebook and Instagram.

    I am convinced that together we can guarantee the success of Hokkaido.

    A huge thank you for your support!

    Kind regards,

    Michel