Well, it’s pretty simple, go explore and take a camera. No guide needed just patience and a good set of eyes (or eye because I only have one good one these days!) . Find any biological trail on the map and start there. Don’t take a dog and tell your kids to be quiet or they will miss it. Zoom lens and macros are the key. Shoot higher ISOs to keep your shutter speeds high (animals are very fast) and put your camera on sequence shots. I often use a monopod to assist. When you get home use google with your family to help identify what you photographed or shoot us a message if you need help.