There are not a lot of giraffes in North Carolina. But there are a lot of bugs. If you want to go look at wildlife, you will be happier if you are satisfied with microfauna. And, since any good safari needs photos, you may enjoy having suitable equipment for photographing bugs, i.e., a macro lens. Which you can get for your cell phone. There are multiple types of tripod mounts and cell-specific tripods available. If you use an iPhone, the volume switch on the headphones works as a remote shutter button. An entire photography rig can be fit into a very tiny bag, and none of the parts are horrifically expensive. So there you go. Rest is practice. Now go find some bugs.
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