I have always been a big fan of the British styled bird hides with telescopic poles rather than the pop-up variety. I use pop-ups a lot, but my main portable hide is still a home made square type with upright poles. The advantage is it is easier to erect on a slope or rough groundContinue reading “New Bird Hide”
I have never been a nocturnal worker. I will spend all day in the field from dawn to dusk, but when it gets dark I have a strong desire to go home. Consequently I have never done that much with Tawny owls and Badgers. I have photographed them, but never extensively. This May I haveContinue reading “Badgers”
I am now selling bag hides for wildlife photography and hopefully will have some pop up type hides online very soon. The bag hides are on my web site at http://www.wildlifephotographyshop.com and I have managed to edit my second video. See http://youtu.be/51q_IiUsnAI
Video is new to me, but I have just done my first sequence and posted it on U tube. It is about the Beike BK45 Gimbal tripod head.
So far I have had 13 species down to my drinking pool in just a few weeks. Not bad for the winter months. Great tit, blue tit, coal tit, goldfinch, greenfinch, magpie, jackdaw, wren, collared dove, nuthatch, lesser redpoll, blackbird and pheasant. I am going to modify it so I can photograph birds on theContinue reading “More from the reflection drinking pool”
We use cars as mobile hides and we use hides. Now I have a hide for my car. The largest leaf scrim net I sell is 6 meters by 2.7 meters and I choose it expecting it would cover a typical car easily. It does. I have not actually made use of it yet,Continue reading “Car hide”