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...
Book A Hide
All our active in-season hides appear below. Click on the label for the full info and online booking
Incredibly popular! The super comfortable PhotoHut Mini is positioned at the old derelict farmhouse. Great photo opportunities with a Little Owl family with at least one adult and two fledgling chicks, perched on the characterful window and several photogenic perches. Perches are installed for 400mm to 600mm focal lengths
Three PhotoArk hides in position at the edge of a quiet arable field, adjacent to a mature hedgerow and extensive badger sett. Badgers are visiting as early as 7:30pm and up to eight badgers at a time. These 'ark' hides provide an intimate eye-level perspective with the badgers. Opening soon!
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