ProHides™ by Elliott Neep
Welcome to ProHides™ | Wildlife photography hides for hire, designed by award-winning wildlife photographer, Elliott Neep. The hides are situated in the rolling landscape of a 1,400 acre farm in Wiltshire. The farm is extremely rich with badgers, brown hares, roe deer, barn owls, little owls, red kites, buzzards, skylarks, buntings and a wealth of other species.
Here you can photograph iconic British wildlife in relative luxury using our custom-built, supremely comfortable photography hides. We operate with flexible start and finish times (where appropriate), a 4x4 transfer service from a fixed meeting point and are available for questions and advice before and during your session. Check out our current hides below...
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All our active in-season hides appear below. Click on the label for the full info and online booking
NOW OPEN! We have a nesting pair of little owls in a photogenic derelict farmhouse. We're off to a flier with owls showing really well. Last year we had an incredible season with over 40 clients with more than a 90% success rate over the 11-week period. Check out the testimonials!
Opening in June 2017! Two PhotoArk hides, providing an intimate eye-level perspective, are positioned in a quiet arable field, adjacent to a mature hedgerow and extensive badger sett. Last season, badgers were visiting as early as 7:00pm, with up to eight badgers at a time!
Our Bespoke Hides
We've designed and built our own hides - practical, weatherproof and insulated, spacious and extremely comfortable
Designed for 3-photographers, bundles of space, high-level of comfort. We have two of these: one for daytime species and the other has overnight sleeping facilities
Hugely popular single-photographer timber hide, designed to be mobile with optional platform to increase elevation, high comfort level, viewing on all four sides
Galvanised steel, fully insulated, mobile hide for ground-level photography. We have three to deploy around the farm. Currently in use for badgers
Exciting news! Well, for me anyway. Since the launch of ProHides we’ve wanted to combine combine our quality ‘hide days’ with great accommodation...
Thought I’d post a few of my shots from the most recent couple of sessions in the Little Owl Hide. Admittedly, the light was pretty damn poor and...
I’ve added a new feature to our booking form that allows you to book multiple hide sessions in sequence. A very popular combination, for example,...
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed using the badger hide last week. The hides are quite unusual and seem perfect for ground level photography while being very comfortable if you decide to stay through the night with sleeping bag and air mattress provided. The ground level camera position makes for some fantastic shots while the foam mattress makes sure you're comfortable.
The badgers appeared around 7.30 and continued to be active long after the last light had faded. I managed to capture some really good images with the setting sun providing the most amazing light.
I opted to stay the night so was able to witness the badgers being very active just before sunrise. Highly recommended.
Keith Humphrey (Badger PhotoArk 2016)