Hide Photography

In cooperation with a selection of wildlife photographers who own one or more photography hides we offer hide photography tours for one of multiple days. We carefully selected the photographers who we work with. All of them respect both animals and (local) laws (no carrion used for raptors).

Forest Hide

Woodland birds are attracted by the drinking pool as water is scarce in this enviroment. Finches, warblers, woodpeckers and even raptors come down to have a drink of a bath right in front of the hide. So do small mammals like Red Squirrels, mice and voles.

Heath Hide

In this open and special landscape you can expect a range of scarce birds which you normaly won't get at other hides. Black and Green Woodpecker, Mistle Thrush, Yellowhammer and Hawfinch visit the drinking pool. During migration unexpected birds can turn up here f.e. Ring Ouzel and Wryneck. During the summer period Redstart, Tree Pipits and Spotted Flycatchers regulary turn up.

Lake Hide

At the shores of a lake a attractive habitat has been created for aquatic birds. During the winter Kingfishers and Grey Wagtails, Grey Heron, Great Egret, Little and Great Crested Grebe are regular visitors. During migration waders like Common Sandpiper, Red and Greenshank forage along the sandbank and one might even be lucky with a visit of an Osprey!

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Contact us if you want to book one of these hides