A blind (or “hide) is a structure that conceals viewers and photographers from birds or other wildlife – facilitating opportunities for positive wildlife viewing experiences. A well designed blind facility makes it possible for people to see wildlife behaving naturally, undisturbed by human presence. In this publication, the term “blind” is used to refer to certain platforms and observation towers that partially conceal viewers and rely on wildlife to habituate to the presence of people in those locations. Type your paragraph here.
Portable Hunting Blinds - It became very apparent that when attempting to engage mobility challenged hunters back into the woods we needed some special equipment to assist them with being more mobile. The Southwest Center for Independent Living purchased heavy plastic hunting blinds and they were then mounted on 2 wheel trailers to make what has become one of the most popular and useful assistive devices developed for this purpose. These blinds have supported hunts all over the state of Missouri and have allowed hunters become again successful with harvesting both deer and turkey.
The Action Trackchair and Trackstander come equipped with power seat tilt as a standard feature making it the ultimate in off-road wheelchairs. You will go places you didn’t think possible. With the Action Trackchair you will be able to navigate mountain roads, campgrounds, woods, beaches, hiking trails, frozen lakes, shallow streams, muddy and snowy terrain and much more. Now you have the choice to stay on hard surfaces or go off-road.
Huntmaster is designed to elevate one to two persons (standard weight limit 750 lbs.) from ground level to an eye-level height of approximately twenty feet. The Huntmaster is a mobile hunting blind with a heavy-duty trailer that can be set up easily by one individual.