ProHides™ by Elliott Neep

NOW OPEN | Welcome to ProHides™ | Phenomenal wildlife photography hides, designed by award-winning wildlife photographer, Elliott Neep. The hides are situated in the rolling working landscape of Helen Browning's Organic 1,400 acre Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire. The farm is extremely rich with badgers, foxes, brown hares, roe deer, barn owls, little owls, red kites, buzzards, skylarks, buntings and a wealth of other species.

This is arguably best region in England to photograph the iconic downland wildlife, all year round. Here you can photograph day and night in custom-built, supremely comfortable photography hides, partnered with an award-winning pub/restaurant. We have invested considerable time and effort to bring you the best photographic opportunities for your wild encounters.

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. Amazing photo opportunities with exceptionally active family of Little Owls with two adults and four chicks, perched on the characterful window and several photogenic perches. Perches are installed for 400mm to 600mm focal lengths. Designed for one photographer, but now catering for two 'togs on same booking.
Supremely comfortable and spacious Downland Hide now available for evening sessions with badgers. Active from 8:00pm onwards - sometimes as early as 6:00pm! Grass banks for main stage - all clear of distracting vegetation and catch the last rays of evening sunlight. Overnight sleeping facilities available. Exclusive hire is available.

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


On the 27th June, the Little Owl chicks emerged for the first time right in front of our very lucky client, Kyra Wilson. The chicks stayed inside the farmhouse...
On Friday 24th June, Elliott was setting up a remote camera for the day’s Little Owl hide client and heard the unmistakable screech of owl chicks,...
We have redesigned our booking form for something responsive that works on smartphones and tablets. It has a sleeker look and new functionality. You can...

The window was well within range of my 600mm lens so I took the occasional shot as I observed the Owl – after a while the Owl started coming down to the perch and feed on the mealworms which had been left out, it was now that I started taking the shots I had wanted. This back and forth to the perches carried on for several hours, the action was literally non stop until about 10am when the Owl left the area, I was actually a little pleased to rest my eyes and have a look at the images I had captured. When Elliot arrived, I filled him in on all the activity, I think he could see how chuffed I was with the session. After dropping me back at the meet point I bid Elliott farewell and thanked him again for such a great session – I truly can’t wait to go back later in the summer to photograph the young Owls once they have left the nest.

J. Smith (2016)

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