Night is a paradise for hunters and a hell for animals. In the darkness, we can use night vision devices to search for and track our targets, enjoying the excitement and fun. My two friends, Chloe Morgan and Uriah Godwin, and I are all night hunting enthusiasts. We often go hunting together, exploring different places and animals. Last month, we decided to go hunting in Hengshan, Nanjing, China because we heard that there were many deer, wild boars, foxes, and so on. Of course, night hunting requires some special equipment, such as night vision binoculars. We chose the Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars because it has many advantages, such as clear image quality, powerful zoom, and long battery life.

We hunted in Hengshan, Nanjing for three days and three nights, and set off to the mountains every night to find our targets. We all wore Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars, which allowed us to see clearly in the dark and even adjust the brightness and contrast to adapt to different environments. We used it to observe the behavior and habits of animals, and then quietly approached them to shoot them with guns or bows and arrows. We caught many deer, wild boars, foxes, and so on, some of which were very large and strong. We also encountered some challenges, such as one time when we were almost charged by a crazy wild boar, and another time when we lost our way on the mountain, but luckily, we were able to find our direction with the help of Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars.

I want to share with you some details and feelings of our hunting. On the first night, we arrived at a small village in Hengshan, Nanjing, where there was a local guide and hunter who provided us with accommodation and food, and told us some precautions and skills for hunting. They said that there were many animals in Hengshan, Nanjing, but they were also very smart and alert, so we should be careful not to disturb them. They also said that it was best to hunt before or after the moon came out, because the animals were more likely to appear and less likely to notice us. They also gave us some maps and compasses in case we got lost.

After dinner, we were ready to set off. We checked our equipment, especially the Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars, which were our important tool for hunting. We put it on our heads, adjusted the angle and size, and then turned it on to see a bright image. It has a built-in infrared light that emits invisible light in the dark, allowing us to see the contours and details of animals. It also has a digital zoom function that allows us to zoom in or out for a clearer view of the target. It also has a video function that allows us to record the hunting process and share it with others later.



We followed the guide and hunter into the mountains. They brought some hunting dogs and guns, and we brought bows and arrows and knives. They said they would help us find the traces and sounds of animals, and then let us shoot them ourselves. They said it was more fun and challenging this way. My friends and I were all excited and looking forward to it, feeling that it was a rare opportunity and experience.

While hunting in Hengshan, Nanjing, we also did not forget to appreciate the local scenery and culture. We visited several famous scenic spots, such as Ming Xiaoling, Zhongshan Mausoleum, and Zijinshan Observatory. My favorite was Ming Xiaoling, which is the tomb of Zhu Yuanzhang, the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty, and his queen Ma Shi. It is a grand and majestic building complex composed of a divine path, a big red gate, a hall, a pagoda, and so on, arranged along the central axis, and full of symmetrical beauty. It not only showcases the architectural art and imperial symbols of the Ming Dynasty, but also contains profound historical and cultural connotations. I felt the glory and dignity of ancient China there, and also admired the achievements and personality of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor.

I want to share with you some details and feelings of our sightseeing. On the second morning, we took a car from the village to Ming Xiaoling. After buying tickets, we walked along the divine path into the tomb park. The divine path is a 1800-meter-long road with 24 pairs of stone animal sculptures and 12 pairs of stone human sculptures on both sides. They are all masterpieces of the Ming Dynasty, vivid and expressive. We used Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars to observe their details and found that they all have their own characteristics and symbolic meanings. For example, the stone animal sculptures include kirin, lion, camel, elephant, horse, etc., which are divided into standing and walking postures, representing the emperor’s reign and travel status. The stone human sculptures include civil officials, military generals, foreign envoys, etc., who were all Zhu Yuanzhang’s officials or allies, representing his prestige and influence.

After walking through the divine path, we arrived at the big red gate. The big red gate is the main gate of the tomb park and one of the largest and most exquisite city gates on the Nanjing city wall. It has three arched doorways, the middle one being the largest and highest, which only the emperor could pass through. There is a plaque above each of the doorways, with the words “loyalty” and “filial piety” on them, representing Zhu Yuanzhang’s respect for his parents and ancestors. We entered the tomb park through the left doorway.

While hunting in Hengshan, Nanjing, we also tried some local cuisine, such as duck blood vermicelli soup, salted duck, xiaolongbao, and so on. My favorite is duck blood vermicelli soup, which is a soup made from duck blood, vermicelli, tofu skin, coriander, and other ingredients. It is delicious and nutritious, warming the stomach, nourishing the blood, and detoxifying the body, making it a good supplement for hunters. Every time I finish drinking it, I feel comfortable and energetic.

I want to share with you some details and feelings of our food tasting. On the third night, after we came back from the mountain, we went to a local small restaurant where there were many specialty dishes, and we ordered several that we were interested in. The most impressive one was duck blood vermicelli soup, which is a famous dish in Nanjing and also the first time I tried it. At first, I was a little worried that the taste of duck blood would be too strong or too fishy, but after I took a sip, I was conquered by its deliciousness. The soup base is very light, but with a strong duck meat aroma, the duck blood and vermicelli are very tender and smooth, and the tofu skin and coriander add some texture and fragrance. It not only makes me feel satisfied, but also makes me feel healthy.

We also tried some other delicious food, such as salted duck, xiaolongbao, and pot stickers. Salted duck is duck meat that has been salted and boiled, with firm and juicy flesh, thin and crispy skin, and chewy and tasty texture. Xiaolongbao is a small steamed bun filled with meat and soup, which is steamed and served in a bamboo basket. It is important to be careful not to burn your mouth or spill the soup while eating it. Pot stickers are semicircular dumplings filled with meat and vegetables, fried and cooked until golden brown on one side, with a crispy exterior and a tender interior, very appetizing.

We ate happily and felt full, feeling that Hengshan, Nanjing not only has beautiful natural scenery and rich historical culture, but also has delicious cuisine that makes people linger. We left a deep impression and fond memories here.

My two friends, Chloe Morgan and Uriah Godwin, and I had an unforgettable time in Hengshan, Nanjing. We not only enjoyed the fun and excitement of hunting, but also appreciated the local scenery and culture, and tasted the local cuisine. We are very grateful to Wildguarder Owler1 night vision binoculars, which allowed us to see more clearly, safely, and effectively in the dark for hunting. It is an excellent night vision device that I highly recommend to all hunting enthusiasts.

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