Carson Wentz hunted wild goats for a week in New Zealand
With bows, arrows and rifles in hand, the Wentzes climbed the mountains of New Zealand's South Island
It's well known by now that Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is an avid hunter. This year, his passion for shooting game took him and his brother Zach to New Zealand.
The Wentz brothers also took a video crew with them, as part of a series of YouTube videos called "Wentz Bros Outdoors."
With bows, arrows and rifles in hand, the Wentzes climbed the mountains of New Zealand's South Island to pursue a species of wild goat called the Himalayan Tahr. (A species which, for the the record, is listed as "near threatened" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. That means the species is likely to become endangered in the near future, though the IUCN's record hasn't been updated since 2008.)
Here's the video from the trip. A warning that you might find it a bit graphic, especially if you don't like looking at dead animals.