It’s hard to say what exactly are my feelings for this Documentary. Initially i thought to myself Mr Treadwell is a very caring, compassionate individual. A courageous man who dared to live among the wild. He even befriended a family of Foxes. His intentions to “protect bears” was admirable. Although there were many things i didn’t agree with as well. The park ranger said there were barely ever poachers up there, so why that location? The natives said he was doing more harm than good. He was Inadvertently getting the Animals too comfortable with Humans. I really did not agree with him dragging other individuals up there unarmed and risking their lives. Treadwell at times seemed unhinged, As if he wanted to die in a place he loved. He often repeated that he might die in that location but he kept going back. year after year he returned as if this place was his salvation from drugs. While it may have done that what difference does it make if it lead to the same outcome. I think that is what Herzog was trying to tell us, That life isn’t about us individually. It is about what we leave behind to mourn us. Herzog, while respectful of Mr. Treadwells family and friends he was also at the same time critical of Timothys actions. Every source he spoke with said it was a bad idea. Family members saying he had drug problems, may have even lost some of his sanity living in the wilderness by himself. I feel like Timothy wanted to die, by the end his relationship was failing, Park services apparently turned against him. He didn’t seem to be enjoying that last year up there. But now we’ll never know.