Have you ever thought of exploring a mysterious and beautiful swamp at night, looking for the wild animals that hide in the dark, and feeling a different kind of hunting pleasure than during the day? If you have such an idea, then you definitely need a magic weapon – wildguarder infrared binoculars. It can make you see more clearly, more safely, and more successfully complete your hunting task at night. I and my two friends Paddy Freeman and Crystal Orlando, used this binoculars, went to Big Cypress National Preserve to hunt last month, and experienced an unforgettable adventure. In this article, I will share with you our story, and why we chose wildguarder infrared binoculars.

Big Cypress National Preserve is a national preserve in the United States, located in southern Florida, about 45 miles (72 km) from Miami, covering 720,000 acres (2,900 square kilometers). It is the first national preserve in the U.S. national park system, established on October 11, 1974. It is adjacent to Everglades National Park in the south, and is a swampy area full of biodiversity, with various plant communities such as pine trees, hardwoods, grasslands and mangroves, as well as various wildlife including white-tailed deer and Florida panthers.

The history of Big Cypress National Preserve can be traced back to more than two thousand years ago, when humans settled on Platt Island3. Before the arrival of Europeans, it was the territory of the Calusa people. Later, it became the settlement of different cultures of Native Americans, and finally the Seminoles in the nineteenth century. Their descendants include the federally recognized Florida Miccosukee Indian Tribe and Seminole Tribe. Early European immigrants hunted egrets and herons, whose feathers were very popular with hat makers in New York and Paris in the 19th and 20th centuries. Poachers also hunted alligators and crocodiles to near extinction. When the timber industry began to operate here, it built railways and cut down and transported most of the old-growth trees in the cypress ecosystem. Part of Big Cypress was slightly higher than the western Everglades and was used to grow winter vegetables. Florida’s history of looking for oil began in 1901, but was unsuccessful. It was not until September 26, 1943, after drilling nearly 80 dry wells throughout the state, that Humble Oil Company (later Exxon) discovered Florida’s first oil well in the northwest of what is now Big Cypress National Preserve. When Everglades National Park was established in 1947, Big Cypress was intended to be included; however, because this land had not been purchased from private owners yet, Big Cypress was eventually released from the park system.

Big Cypress National Preserve not only has a long and colorful history, but also has amazing and charming attractions. Whether you like driving, hiking, boating, biking or camping, you can find activities that suit you here. You can enjoy the scenery of the swamp along the Tamiami Trail route, or join the swamp tours, lectures or canoe gatherings led by park rangers to learn more about the ecology and culture of the swamp. You can also choose one of the eight campgrounds that you like, feel the night of the swamp, enjoy one of the darkest skies in the eastern United States, and watch the stars and the Milky Way. No matter which way you choose, you can discover a world full of charm and miracles in Big Cypress National Preserve.

In the previous article, I introduced you to the history and attractions of Big Cypress National Preserve, and why we chose this place as our hunting destination. In this article, I will share with you our hunting experience and the magic weapon we used – wildguarder infrared binoculars.

wildguarder infrared binoculars is a professional night vision device that can let you see targets more than 300 meters away in the dark, and the picture is clear and colorful. It has three modes to switch: day mode, black and white mode and color mode. It also has a built-in camera that can take photos and videos and save them on a TF card. Its shell is waterproof and shockproof, and it is lightweight, only 800 grams. It also comes with an adjustable shoulder strap for easy carrying and use.

We chose wildguarder infrared binoculars for the following reasons:

• It can let us see the wild animals that hide in the dark at night, such as pigs, deer, foxes, etc., without being discovered or disturbed by them.
• It can let us observe the behavior and habits of animals, learn their habits and patterns, and improve our hunting skills and success rate.
• It can let us record our hunting process and results, share them with our family and friends, and leave good memories.
• It can let us enjoy the beauty of the swamp at night, and feel a different kind of hunting pleasure than during the day.

Have you ever thought of exploring a mysterious and beautiful swamp at night, looking for the wild animals that hide in the dark, and feeling a different kind of hunting pleasure than during the day? If you have such an idea, then you definitely need a magic weapon – wildguarder infrared binoculars. It can make you see more clearly, more safely, and more successfully complete your hunting task at night. I and my two friends Paddy Freeman and Crystal Orlando, used this binoculars, went to Big Cypress National Preserve to hunt last month, and experienced an unforgettable adventure. In this article, I will share with you our story, and why we chose wildguarder infrared binoculars.

Big Cypress National Preserve is a national preserve in the United States, located in southern Florida, covering 729000 acres, and is a swampy area rich in biodiversity. It is the first national preserve in the U.S. national park system, and one of the largest national preserves in the country.

Hunting in Big Cypress National Preserve is a legally protected and regulated activity, and it is a traditional recreational way for locals and visitors. Hunting not only can control the number and distribution of wildlife, prevent overpredation and disease transmission, but also can provide food and income sources, increase respect and protection for the natural environment.

 

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In order to ensure the safety, legality, sustainability and orderliness of hunting activities, Big Cypress National Preserve has established a series of laws and rules, which are jointly formulated and enforced by the U.S. National Park Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Here are some of the laws and rules that we must follow when hunting:

• We must hold a valid Florida hunting license and apply for the corresponding special permits according to different seasons, regions, animal species and weapon types.
• We must hunt within the designated hunting areas, times, methods and quotas, and we cannot hunt animals that are protected by federal or state laws.
• We must use legal, safe and appropriate weapons and ammunition, and we cannot use any illegal tools such as artificial light sources, electronic devices, poisons, explosives or traps.
• We must check our weapons and ammunition before and after hunting, and always keep our weapons pointed in a safe direction during hunting to avoid injuring ourselves or others.
• We must register our name, address, phone number, license number, license plate number and other information with FWC before and after hunting, and report our hunting results to FWC after hunting.
• We must respect the rights and interests of other hunters and non-hunters, and avoid interfering with or threatening their safety and comfort.
• We must respect and protect the natural resources and cultural heritage of Big Cypress National Preserve, and we cannot damage or pollute any animals, plants, soil, water sources, buildings, relics or other items. If the animals we hunt are edible, we must try to use their meat, skin, bones and other parts as much as possible and not waste or abandon them.

Through the above article, I hope you can understand our hunting trip in Big Cypress National Preserve, as well as the advantages and functions of the wildguarder infrared binoculars we used. We not only enjoyed the fun of hunting on this trip, but also learned the laws and rules of hunting, enhanced our awareness and sense of responsibility for protecting the natural environment. We also thank the National Park Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for providing us with a safe, legal, sustainable and orderly hunting place where we can coexist harmoniously with nature. If you are also interested in hunting, I strongly recommend you to go to Big Cypress National Preserve to experience it. Of course, don’t forget to bring your wildguarder infrared binoculars!

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