One of the UK’s most successful wildlife reintroduction programs was with the Red Kite. Not that long ago there was only an isolated population in the Welsh hills remaining but now the Red Kite is a common sight in many parts of the UK. Our Lincolnshire site has a small population of 4 or 5 individuals that come down to our hides to feed on the carrion we place out for them. The hide grants photographers the chance to capture images of these majestic birds feeding on the ground with a great low angle straight out to the action.
These birds are viewable at the following hides: The Dyke Hide and The Wired Hide