Getting great wildlife shots requires a great deal of patience, and even then nature won’t make an appearance unless you blend in with your environment. Rock up to a wildlife shoot in a dayglo shell suit and you wont attract any birds, feathered or otherwise. But which camouflage is best? Shooting in sandy or snowy conditions rather than a wood? Hunt out a hide that can be specced in a choice of covers. A decent dome hide may be the lap of luxury, but carrying several extra kilos makes it vital to plan your shooting. Look for camo scrim netting that’ll make your hide almost invisible or nature-themed camera covers. Even the fanciest hide won’t instantly inspire animals to strike the perfect pose, so pack plenty of provisions. The cover of choice for most pros is a dedicated hide. A typical tent design gives you numerous windows to shoot through and is usually a doddle to set up. You’ll also have plenty of room to move around inside, as well as decent protection from the elements. However, the weight and bulk of a full-on portable hide can be a pain when you’re on the go. That’s where camouflage clothing comes into its own. Go for a hoodie and trousers that’ll slip straight over ...