Nature Blinds has designed and patented the most realistic, insulated, strong, and lightweight tree blinds and stalking shields. Their unique manufacturing approach combines stunning artistic designs, state-of-the-art materials and processes, and old-fashioned American Craftsmanship.
Realistic Hunting Blinds vs. Unrealistic Hunting Blinds
Hunting from a blind is not new. Man has attempted to hide from the animals they stalk forever. In the last decade or so, hunting blinds have become the new treestand. Hunters have discovered the advantages of hunting from a blind- eye-level encounters with game, scent containment, avoiding elements, the ability to move without being seen and the ability to hunt with companions. Hunting from a blind is exciting, effective and certainly here to stay.
"Unrealistic" blinds must be hidden or brushed-in
Unfortunately, most blinds stick out like the proverbial sore thumb. Even those that rely on camouflage simply do not resemble anything in nature and therefore, must themselves be hidden (brushed-in or concealed behind other cover). Their shapes are foreign to the eyes of big game especially. they are textureless and they have hard edges. This makes no sense!
"Realistic" blinds are far more effective
The challenge blind-makers face is what to make their blinds look like. There are not many things universally present in nature that are large enough to emulate. Frankly, a big tree is about it. Hay bales and giant rocks qualify, but are far less prevalent than big trees. That's why there are so few "realistic" blinds available. But, realistic blinds have a huge advantage over unrealistic blinds. The "realism" makes them far more effective to hunt from because animals don't recognize them as out-of-place.
Oak trees are the most common and are found in 80% of North America
A Nature Tree Trunk Blind is patterned after an oak tree. And, for good reason. Oak trees are perhaps the most common North American tree. In fact, you'll find oak trees in 80% of North American. There are 90 different species of oaks in the United States alone. Another factor is size. Oak trees get big, so they are the ideal tree from which to pattern a blind.