Woodland Reflection Pool Hide


We have a woodland reflection pool hide available to hire 7 days a week all year round. The hide is situated on Johnny Kingdom's land near South Molton in North Devon.

Our hide is set up for the traditional bait and perch method, this is the best way to get the birds to perch where you want them. We supply a wide range of logs and branches as prop's which can be changed around so that you get a range of different images. You are also welcome to bring your own perches to the site to use. 

We also have a custom built reflection pool which allows for bathing, drinking and bird portraits.

Species that we currently have visiting regulary consist of - Nuthatch, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Robin, Siskin, Wren, Blue/Great/Coal/Long Tailed Tit, Chaffinch, Goldfinch, Blackbird as well as occasional visits from a Common Buzzard.

A typical hide day starts at approximately 7/8am and finishes around 4pm, but these timings can vary depending on the time of year.

We recommend that you shoot using either a 300mm or 500mm lens to enable you to get close up shots of the birds. We suggest you wear warm clothes as well as a decent pair of wellingtons or walking boots. 

Regular photos from our hides can be seen on our facebook page - Exmoor Photography Hides  - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100054228650731

The price for 1 person for a full day is £80.00 ( 7/8am to 4pm ) or half a day for one person is £60.00 ( 4 hours )  Payment can be either cash on the day or via bank transfer prior to your hide day.

The parking is a couple of hundred yards from the hide , so only a short walk up to the hide is required.

Disclaimer - All precautions have been taken to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable days photography. However, the site is a living woodland and we cannot be held responsible for any personal accidents, injury or loss/damage of your belongings. We recommend that you have your own suitable insurance cover.

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