Scavenger Hide

This hide is a permanent hide with mirror glass, and caters from three photographers.  It is located on farmland with Maritime Pine trees in the vicinity.  It is a good place to photograph carrion eating birds, like Griffon Vulture, Cinereus Vulture, Egyptian Vulture, Red Kite, Black Kite, Common Buzzard as well as Corvidae and White Stork. Sessions are in the morning at any time of the year. So as to get a different perspective, this hide allows you to take photos whilst lying down. The scenery provides different perches at varying distances and with different backgrounds. Photographs of scavengers in flight can also be taken.

  • Data sheet:
Measurements: Length 3,85 m., height 1,60 m. and width 2,25 m. Mirrored glass: length 1,50 m. and height 0,50 m. Other four mirrored glass: 0,50 x 0,50 m.
Facing: Northwest.
Distance from the perch: 4-15 meters.
Seats: 3
Sessions: In the morning.
Availability: All year.
Species that can be photographed: White Stork, Griffon Vulture, Cinereus Vulture, Egyptian Vulture, Black Kite, Red Kite, Common Buzzard, Iberian Azure-winged Magpie, Eurasian Magpie, Eurasian Jackdaw, Carrion Crow, Common Raven, Spotless Starling, Common Starling, White Wagtail, Common Chaffinch.

  • Session includes:
Use of the hide
Transport from the meeting place to the hide
Guide and technical guidelines
Necessary permits

  • Meeting point:
Cantalejo o Sebulcor (Segovia).
In case of collection from other places, please consult Vultour Naturaleza for prices.
Vultour Naturaleza offers special prices for the use of hides over several days.
We can arrange your stay in the area.
The use of hides can be combined with other activities, both for photographers and for companions. Our qualified staff provide activities such as observations and/or photographic nature trails. We also guided trails in the area, kayak excursions and sightseeing tours also with qualified staff.

  • Prices per session:
90 € / person, individual use.
80 € / person, groups of 2 people.
70 € / persona, groups of 3 people.

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