Wanxing Mountain is located in Xingshan County, Yichang City, Hubei Province, on the north bank of the Xiling Gorge of the Yangtze River and the middle and upper reaches of the Xiangxi River. The mountain range here is undulating, with dense forests, and is a beautiful natural reserve. Wanxing Mountain not only has beautiful natural landscapes such as waterfalls, caves, and cliffs but also has rich wildlife resources such as wild boars, pheasants, wild ducks, rabbits, etc.

Last month, the three of us chose Wanxing Mountain as our hunting destination, bringing our hunting rifles and Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars, ready to spend an exciting and unforgettable hunting trip here. We found a local guide who was familiar with the forest situation to lead us to search for the prey’s tracks, teach us how to judge the wind direction, avoid danger, select shooting positions, and other skills. During the daytime, we mainly hunted small animals such as pheasants and wild ducks, while at night, we used the night vision binoculars to hunt large animals such as wild boars. After several days of hard work, we harvested a lot of prey and experienced the fun of forest life.



Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars are a professional hunting equipment that can provide clear vision in both day and night. It supports 20x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom and can observe up to 500 meters away. It also has a 2-inch LCD screen that displays high-definition images and videos and can be output to other devices through USB or HDMI interfaces. It also supports micro SD card storage, allowing you to save your hunting memories.

We heavily relied on Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars during our hunting trip. It enabled us to detect and track prey in the dark and adjust the brightness of the infrared light to adapt to different environments. Its operation is simple and convenient, with just a button press to switch modes or take photos and videos. Its shell is sturdy and durable, waterproof and dustproof, suitable for various harsh weather conditions. Its weight is also not heavy, only 0.9 kg, making it easy to carry.

We believe that Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars are a highly recommended hunting equipment, which not only improves our safety and efficiency in night hunting but also allows us to appreciate the beautiful scenery of the forest, increasing our enjoyment and satisfaction.

Changsha is the capital city of Hunan Province, a city with a long history, brilliant culture, beautiful scenery, and numerous delicious foods. Changsha has a history of more than 3,000 years and was an important battlefield during the Chu-Han Contention period. It is also the birthplace of various cultures such as Hunan-Xiang Culture, Hunan Army Culture, Revolutionary Culture, and more. Changsha has many famous attractions, such as Yuelu Mountain, Orange Island, Aiwan Pavilion, Yuelu Academy, Mao Zedong’s former residence, and more. Changsha is also a food paradise, with various spicy and colorful Hunan cuisine such as stinky tofu, chopped pepper fish head, flavored shrimp, sister’s rice dumplings, etc.

While hunting, we did not forget to visit the scenic spots of Changsha. We visited Yuelu Mountain, Orange Island, Yuelu Academy, Taiping Street, and more, feeling the historical and natural beauty of Changsha. Yuelu Mountain is one of China’s four major maple viewing sites, with many famous attractions such as Aiwan Pavilion, Huang Xing’s Tomb, and Cai E’s Tomb. Orange Island is a sandbank in the Xiangjiang River and also the location of Mao Zedong’s former residence. Here, there are attractions such as a hundred-meter high fountain, Orange Island Park, Mao Zedong’s statue, etc. Yuelu Academy is one of the four ancient academies in China and the birthplace of Hunan-Xiang Culture. Here, there are ancient trees that are thousands of years old, a Ming Dynasty stone archway, and a Qing Dynasty Dacheng Hall. Taiping Street is the most complete preserved ancient street in Changsha, with historical relics such as Jia Yi’s former residence, Laotongyi, and Peiqiuting, as well as various characteristic snacks and handicrafts.

Of course, we did not miss Changsha’s culinary specialties. We tasted Hunan cuisine such as stinky tofu, chopped pepper fish head, flavored shrimp, sister’s rice dumplings, etc. We also went to the century-old store Huogongdian, where we ate traditional breakfast and snacks such as soy milk and fried dough sticks, rice noodles with shredded meat, steamed pork with rice flour, etc. We also went to the bustling Wuyi Square and Huangxing Road Pedestrian Street, where we shopped in various malls and specialty shops, buying some souvenirs and local products.

In summary, we spent a pleasant and unforgettable time in Changsha, not only enjoying the fun of hunting but also experiencing Changsha’s charm and style. We hope to have the opportunity to come back to Changsha and explore more beauty and excitement.

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