Search for incoming eyes on full brightness, look passed the
scope or rifle. Once the eyes are picked up, dim the light
completely, look through the scope and turn the light up slowly
till only the eyes are visible. Turn up the light only when the
animal is moving, or else it might turn and flee. After
identifying the animal, turn the light back down and let it come
closer, keeping track of the animal in the scope.
When the animal is within shooting distance, turn the light to
bright slowly, and then shoot the animal when it stops or bark
for it to stop.