Wildlife Watching Supplies ®

A2H LEAFCUT SCRIM NET MATERIAL

"The badgers enjoyed tugging at this material on Spring Watch".
BBC Springwatch 2007

Wildlife Watching Supplies ® run by Kevin Keatley, wildlife photographer - our Leafcut Scrim is a cover that can be used when sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around.
A2 Leafcut Scrim

A2.H - Popular/handy size piece of leafcut scrim material.
3m x 1.4m (10' x 4'8")


Wildlife Watching Supplies ® run by Kevin Keatley, wildlife photographer - our Leafcut Scrim is a cover that can be used when sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around.

A2 with B3

 

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Realtree Xtra Green Leafcut Scrim Net
Wildlife Watching Supplies ® run by Kevin Keatley, wildlife photographer - our Leafcut Scrim is a cover that can be used when sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around.
Realtree Xtra Leafcut Scrim Net
Wildlife Watching Supplies ® run by Kevin Keatley, wildlife photographer - our Leafcut Scrim is a cover that can be used when sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around.
Realtree Xtra Leafcut Scrim Net
Wildlife Watching Supplies ® run by Kevin Keatley, wildlife photographer - our Leafcut Scrim is a cover that can be used when sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around.
Leaf Scrim Net In The Field


FAQ

We had a customer ask the following:
I've previously used a bag hide I bought from you and had some excellent results. But now I''m looking for a cover that can be used when I'm sitting, standing, lying or moving quietly around. Would the leafcut scrim cover work? Is it good to throw it over when you're lying on the ground? Is it easy to cover the lens in that position? I'm not sure which camo pattern to choose, any recommendations for forests, open ground etc.?

Kevin's answer: Our A2H leafcut scrim would be ideal for this. When I'm tracking the red deer across Exmoor I have one of these covers. It's very lightweight and easy to use. The measurement is 3mt x 1.4mt - ideal for throwing over you while lying down or draping between bushes to make a screen. You can also have it going over you from side to side while you are kneeling behind a tripod or sitting on a small chair/stool.

You can pack this material around your kit in your bag, I put it in the large back pocket of my jacket. We have this material in ap (all purpose), see above. The pattern works to break up your shape and outline and has light and dark areas which really break up and hide and the human shape that deer and other animals see in black and white - so it is the contrasting shades that is the key to good camouflage.

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