PROHIDES™ by Elliott Neep

OPENING 2016 | Welcome to PROHIDES™ at Eastbrook | Professional wildlife photography hides, located exclusively in Helen Browning's Organic 1,400 acre Eastbrook Farm in the heart of the English countryside. Our farm is rich with abundant badgers, foxes, brown hares, roe deer, barn owls, little owls, red kites, buzzards, skylarks, buntings and a wealth of other species.

For discerning and passionate wildlife photographers, this is arguably best region in England to photograph iconic downland wildlife, all year round. Here you can photograph day and night in custom-built, ultra comfortable photographic hides, partnered with an award-winning pub and restaurant with eco-accommodation.

The Downland Hide

The Downland Hide is home to an extensive badger sett, visiting red fox, foraging fallow deer, circling buzzards, red kites and ravens – the perfect location for the PhotoHut™ – our purpose-built, fully insulated, timber hide with three photographer stations and beds for the all-nighter! This large timber hide is located in a hollow on the chalk downland, at the highest […]

Little Owl Hide

Little Owls at the Old Barn… Although resident across the farm all year round, in Spring the Little Owl pair return to nest and roost in the Old Barn & Shepherd Hut – two derelict corrugated iron rust-buckets with monumental photogenic charm. The owls split their duties with the female rearing the young in the Hut, whilst […]

Barn Owl WWS®

Barn Owls have been roosting in a picturesque derelict barn for years, thanks to Clive’s (our resident naturalist) mission to install owl boxes in many of the derelict buildings including the The Woodshed. The barn owls currently use two derelict buildings, roosting in one and raising their chicks in another. As Barn Owls are listed as a Schedule I […]

The most comfortable hide I’ve been in! The barn location that the hide is situated near offers loads of opportunities to get different types of images, so it means that you can be creative and really capture the different behavior and looks of the owls. The owls were present for most of the 14 hours I was in the hide –with a bonus of another adult bird turning up - so four owls in total. The owls are very comfortable with the hide being there - so much so they all fell asleep on their perches right in front of the hide.

J. Gregory

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