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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.

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