The affability, willingness to collaborate, effectiveness and environmental/hunting/artistic competence was truly as extensive as that of the legendary Guerino Morselli. The Prof. left us in recent days taking us a bit by surprise because, despite knowing of his serious illness, he always managed to put his jokes and his typical irony first, playing down fears and fears.
The great contribution offered
How to water hunters we owe him a lot both for the amount of his artistic work (photos, videos, drawings, etc.) and for the tangible and concrete testimony in putting facts before words and transforming a sterile gravel pit into a naturalistic paradise in the center of Lombardy hinterland, but above all for its human and hunting caliber which has always placed a fair measure on the excesses of passion. An example of what hunters should be, and a person who was able to combine his immense culture with hard work and practical operations as only brilliant people can do.
Closeness to family
The hunting world and the ACMA in particular can only thank him for the contribution he has been able to give over all these years and extend their affection and deep condolences to his family and all those who knew and respected him (source: ACMA).