It's a lesson in simplicity, persistence and dreams (it ought to be compulsory reading for conservationists!).
Now of course, debate is good and essential, but lots of talking means not very much rewilding.
Sometimes, an action or event in one place can have consequences you couldn't have imagined in another.
I find myself repeating an abridged version quite often when I make the case for predator reintroduction to Scotland (or at least a higher rate of deer culling!).
One interpretation of the term 'conservation', is to keep things the same as they are. This, I would argue, is precisely the last thing that we need to reach the lofty goal of a healthy and sustainable natural world.
There's nothing quite like mentioning rewilding to really put the cat among the pigeons (or the lynx among the grouse as it were).