My friends Noel Max, Philip Adela, Colin Gracie and I went hunting in Lao Hu Shan, Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China. As it involved hunting at night, we chose the Wildguarder brand from Shenzhen, China. Through this hunting experience, I tested the Owl1 night vision binoculars and also learned about the local culture and food.
Lao Hu Shan is a high mountain located in Honghe Prefecture, with an altitude of 293 meters, making it an ideal place for hunting. We traveled from Kunming and took a train to the capital of Honghe Prefecture, Mengzi City, then transferred to a bus to reach Guanxi Town near Lao Hu Shan. Guanxi Town is a small town with a rich history and culture, formerly known as Xian Cai Weng, famous for its production of Xian Cao. We found a guesthouse in the town and prepared to depart for Lao Hu Shan the next morning.
Early the next morning, we set off towards Lao Hu Shan along a small path with our equipment and food. We all wore Owl1 night vision binoculars, which use infrared technology for clear observation of targets in the dark. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery along the way while also keeping an eye out for animal tracks. We hoped to catch some wild rabbits, pheasants, or wild boars.
After walking for about two hours, we arrived at the halfway point of Tiger Mountain, where there was an open flat area with a view of the scenery on the opposite peak. We decided to take a rest there and also observe if there were any suitable prey around. We scanned the surroundings with the Wildguarder’s OWLER1 night vision binoculars and spotted a group of wild chickens foraging in a distant grassland. We immediately got excited and decided to surround them from different directions.
We approached the wild chickens quietly, trying not to make any noise. When we were a few dozen meters away from them, we stopped and prepared to shoot. We aimed at the target using the OWLER1 night vision binoculars, adjusting the focus and brightness. This night vision binoculars is very clear and stable, allowing us to aim accurately. My friends Noel Max, Philip Adela, Colin Gracie and I went hunting in Tiger Mountain, Yunnan Province, China, and chose Wildguarder due to its performance in night hunting. Through this hunting experience, I tested the OWLER1 night vision binoculars and learned about the local customs and cuisine.
Laohushan is a high mountain located in the jurisdiction of Honghe Prefecture, with an altitude of 293 meters, and is a suitable place for hunting. We set off from Kunming and took a train to the prefectural capital of Honghe Prefecture, Mengzi City, and then transferred to a bus to reach Guanxi Town near Laohushan. Guanxi Town is a small town with a long history and rich culture, formerly known as Xiancaiweng, famous for its production of Xiancao. We found an inn to stay in the town and prepared to set off for Laohushan early the next morning.
The next morning, we set off for Laohushan with our equipment and food along a small path. We all wore the Owler1 night vision binoculars, a night vision binoculars that uses infrared technology to observe targets clearly in the dark. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery of the mountains and forests along the way, and also paid attention to the traces of animals around us. We hoped to catch some prey such as wild rabbits, pheasants, or wild boars.
After about two hours of walking, we arrived at the halfway point of Laohushan, where there was an open flat ground and a view of the opposite mountain peak. We decided to rest there for a while and also observe if there were any suitable prey appearing. We scanned the surroundings with the Owler1 night vision binoculars and found a group of pheasants foraging in the grassland in the distance. We immediately became excited and decided to act separately to surround them from different directions.
Quietly, we approached a group of wild chickens, trying not to make a sound. When we were only a few dozen meters away, we stopped and prepared to shoot. Using the owler1 night vision binoculars, we aimed for the vital parts of the chickens, adjusting the focus and brightness. These night vision binoculars were very clear and stable, allowing us to aim accurately. We nodded at each other and pulled the trigger at the same time. After a few gunshots, we saw some chickens fall to the ground while others ran away in panic. We immediately ran over, picked up the shot chickens, and put them in our backpacks. We were all excited and felt that this hunting trip was very successful.
We continued to climb towards the mountain top, hoping to encounter more prey. After about an hour, we reached the top of Tiger Mountain. There was a small platform where we could overlook the scenery of the entire Honghe Prefecture. We saw the distant Yuanyang Hani Terraces shining in the sun like a giant painting. We saw the buildings and vehicles of Guanxi Town and Mengzi City in the nearby green fields, adding color to the landscape. We saw white clouds floating in the sky, fluffy like cotton candy. We all marveled at the beauty here and took many photos with our phones and cameras.
We rested on the mountaintop for a while, ate some dry food and fruit, and replenished our strength. Then we decided to descend the mountain and return to town. Along the way, we also encountered some small animals such as squirrels, rabbits, and sparrows. Using the owler1 night vision binoculars, we observed their behavior and habits, experiencing the wonders and vitality of nature.
That evening, we returned to the inn in Guanxi Town. We handed over the wild chicken to the innkeeper and asked him to make it into a dish for us. The innkeeper happily agreed and said he would use local spices to season it, allowing us to taste the delicacies of Honghe Prefecture. Soon, the innkeeper brought out several plates of delicious dishes, including steamed chicken, rice paper rolls, fried tofu, cicada sauce, bamboo tube roasted pork, and more. Each dish made our mouths water, especially the steamed chicken and bamboo tube roasted pork, which were made from the wild chicken we caught using the owler1 night vision binoculars. We ate and chatted, sharing our hunting experience and adventure, and deepening our understanding and appreciation of the culture and customs of Honghe Prefecture. Honghe Prefecture is a place where many ethnic groups live together, including the Yi, Hani, Miao, Dai, and Zhuang, among others. Each ethnic group has its own unique traditional culture and customs, contributing to a colorful and diverse ethnic landscape. Here, we witnessed the Hani’s “October Festival,” “Long Street Feast,” and “Qi Zhazha Festival,” the Yi’s flower waist dance, and the Dai and Zhuang’s “Men’s Festival,” among other traditional festivals, experiencing their hospitality and strong ethnic emotions. We also tasted Honghe Prefecture’s distinctive cuisine, such as steamed chicken, rice paper rolls, fried tofu, cicada sauce, and bamboo tube roasted pork, among others. Each dish made our mouths water, especially the steamed chicken and bamboo tube roasted pork made from the wild chicken we caught using the owler1 night vision binoculars. The meat was tender and juicy, with a rich and spicy soup, making them the most unforgettable delicacies of our trip.
This trip brought us many rewards, not only exercising our bodies, but also enhancing our friendship, broadening our horizons, and increasing our knowledge. We left a deep impression on Honghe Prefecture and couldn’t stop praising the owler1 night vision binoculars. It allowed us to see the target clearly in the darkness, improving the success rate and safety of our hunting. It also enabled us to observe small animals active at night, increasing the fun and knowledge of our trip. It was our best partner and assistant on this trip, without a doubt.
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