Bird Hides - designs

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Subject: Bird Hides - designs
From: Rod Warnock <>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 17:25:50 +1100
From my experience which may be limited by comparison with others butb the most convenient hide I have come across are those at Mamakula in Kakadu NP NT Entry to hide gives minimal disturbance to birds, flooring has rubber matting that allows movement within the roomy hide and no noise. Apertures allow cameras and scopes with ease. Others seem not to have mentioned cameras? No one using them ? Many hides make camera use difficult with large tele lenses.
Best regards
Rod Warnock


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