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Links to Companies that Make/Sell Hides/Blinds or that Specialise in Wildlife Photography from Hides/Blinds.

1. Hide Photography Dot Com

Hide Photography Dot Com is a Hungarian company that provides the highest quality hides for nearly-guaranteed wildlife photography opportunities. Their center in Hungary, with 14 hides at present, is in operation for over 4 years and attracts photographers from all over the world. Through careful planning, astonishing field experience, strict environmental and ethical measure, high-quality construction desires and precise management, dissatisfaction is almost unknown among our members. Indeed, almost everyone leaves our hides with many more and much higher quality images than they ever imagined. This worldwide system of wildlife photography hides is ever expanding, with current hides under construction in Costa Rica, and others being currently researched in Brazil, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique and Australia

 

 

 

If you manufacture or sell wildlife hides/blinds and wish to have a link to your website please contact me with details:

Email Contact: phil@pperrywildlifephotos.org.sz

 

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Photo Gallery showcasing wildlife of Pantanal, Brazil: Pantanal Wildlife Gallery

Links to detailed wildlife photo galleries and other pages:

Mashatu, Botswana Tswalu, Kalahari

Spain

Chobe, Botswana

Seychelles

Kalahari Swaziland

Tanzania

Southern Africa

India

Pantanal, Brazil Kenya

Leopards of Sabi Sands

Luangwa, Zambia

Kruger Park

Dubai Desert Hides and Blinds

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Also check out two of my other websites: Leopard.com.pt A new sister site promoting wildlife photography, conservation and eco-tourism in Portugal and Africa. This site is still in the early stages of development. Also Lince-Iberico Another new sister-website dedicated to focussing attention on the plight of the Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) (Portuguese: El lince-iberico / Spanish: El lince iberico). Its conservation status is 'Critically Endangered' and it is the world's rarest species of cat. This site is running - but still requires a lot of development.

 

 

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