Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

This Pilot Takes To The Skies With Flocks Of Birds.

As it looks right now, our Earth and its inhabitants are in danger. Our oceans are dirty, our forests are diminishing, and our animals are slowly dying off. It definitely goes without saying that we all need to be doing our part to help out our beautiful planet. This former meteorologist spends his days doing something he not only loves but feels compelled to do. Keep reading to see how this one man is making a difference and get ready to feel inspired!

In 1995, 58-year old Frenchman Christian Moullec noticed that the lesser white-fronted geese were having a hard time migrating from Germany to Sweden.

Moullec knew he needed to help. After being inspired by Austrian zoologist Konrad Lorenz, who was known as "the man who walked with geese," Moullec created a two-seater ultralight aircraft.

In 1995, 58-year old Frenchman Christian Moullec noticed that the lesser white-fronted geese were having a hard time migrating from Germany to Sweden.

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Moullec used this aircraft to fly alongside the geese and help guide them on a migration route that was safer.

At first, Moullec had a pretty difficult time. The birds just didn't want to follow him, but eventually, they joined his flight.

Moullec used this aircraft to fly alongside the geese and help guide them on a migration route that was safer.

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Now, Moullec gives tourists the opportunity to fly with the geese, as well.

In the months between March and October, Moullec takes visitors up to fly with the birds. Some of his guests have even taken fifteen-hour plane flights in order to experience this adventure with Moullec.

Now, Moullec gives tourists the opportunity to fly with the geese, as well.

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Passengers get an absolutely breathtaking experience.

They get to see all kinds of different birds. They also get to take in the incredible views of castles, bridges, and mountains.

Passengers get an absolutely breathtaking experience.

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Moullec also offers rides to those with disabilities and others that want to take a beautiful flight before leaving this world.

Not only does Moullec consider his flights a "spiritual experience", he also considers it an opportunity to "testify about the disappearance of migratory birds in Europe, because of the use of chemicals in agriculture.”

Moullec also offers rides to those with disabilities and others that want to take a beautiful flight before leaving this world.

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Moullec's flights have inspired him to have a huge respect for nature. Watch this video and maybe it will inspire you, as well!

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