Alutaguse Forest Brown Bear and Wildlife Photography Hide
The Alutaguse Brown Bear Hide offers excellent opportunities to take photos of bears. The hide has photo shades on two sides and it is located on the shores of a stream. In the north, there is a fir-birch forest and in the south, a stream and a meadow. In addition to bears, raccoon dogs, elks, and bucks can be seen. Even beavers sometimes swim here. Additionally, you can photograph birds – the golden eagle, the white-tailed eagle, goshawk, hawk, woodpeckers, and various passerines. The hide is simple, clear, and cosy. There is a dry toilet, separated booths with bunk beds, sleeping bags, and chairs. You have to bring your own tripod, but there is a photo bag so you could extend the lens.