Angled hides 

Angled hides allow a larger field of view than our
standard hides and are becoming more and more popular.They also tend to blend in to the background much more than a standard hide.

An example of an angled hide is the Bittern Hide we
built at RSPB Minsmere shown below 



Double viewing slots enable
the maximum number of bird
watchers to enjoy spectacular
views due to its location on
the edge of the reed bed. 


Minsmere_baseA.jpg  Large bespoke angled hide
built on 13 no. 350mm  dia.
case-driven piles and
connecting reinforced
ring-beam, with
access stairwell at rear.



Support posts are 250mm
diameter,machine  rounded
posts fixed to ring-beam by
base-plates using hold-down
bolts cast into ring-beam


 Eric Morecambe hide RSPB Leighton Moss 2012



New Eric Morecambe and Allen
hides for the RSPB at the
Leighton Moss reserve in Lancashire

Finally completed in Autumn 2012
and opened on 27th October by
Eric Morcambe's daughter Gail.










Angled bird hide using double viewing slots with fixed panes of
glass at the top to enable those standing behind seated individuals, to get a better view.

    Interior lined out with matchboard


 To see more images of this hide and other angled hides please click here















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