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David says… Wearing thermals is so important in wildlife photography. You’re going to be outside for a long time, and usually in adverse weather. By keeping warm, you can prolong your shoot and get what you need on the memory card. In more remote locations you’ll likely be moving around more, which will warm you up. But in places like Donna, where your movement is restricted by fencing and barriers, you’ll spend a lot of time in one place and the cold will soon set in. Look after yourself as well as the camera.