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Planning permission for a new log cabin was greeted with celebrations by bird enthusiasts in Berkshire after Wokingham Council's decision to allow it to go ahead it was reported by the Reading Post. This new bird hide, which will cover a large range of habitats including lakes, rivers and meadows will attract a large range of waterfowl at the Dinton Pastures Country Park in Hurst near Reading.
Success for this log cabin only came after several earlier applications by the Friends of Lavell's Lake (FOLL) had been refused because of a disagreement about the security fence to go around the hide. The council had felt that the proposals were out of character for the country area, its surroundings and location. Bushes were the council's recommendations and now its been agreed work is able to go ahead.
Fraser Cottington, Chairman of FOLL had told the Reading Post that they were very excited about the decision but still have to sort out a few landscaping aspects and special conditions in the gardens. Provided there are no unnecessary aesthetic impact on the site from the hide being there then the planning permit would be able to be implemented with all parties being happy.
A bird hide essentially is a shelter which is usually camouflaged to the local background. Garden sheds are often converted for this use where the shed will have small slits, openings or shutters cut for viewing the wildlife rather than large windows. From this converted shed-hide wildlife and birds can be observed at close quarters without disturbing their natural habits. In the early days these sheds were used for hunting enabling hunters to catch their target easier, nowadays, they are mainly used for recreational use and found in parks, large gardens and wetlands.
Bird watchers are often called 'twitchers' and quite often they will travel a long way to see the rarer birds to our country. These adapted shed-hides, sometime garden log cabins are used, provide a dry place to observe these special creatures. They often need to have a lot of patience but are well rewarded when a rare visitor comes to our shores and the moment is captured forever on camera, in their mind and at their discussions afterwards.
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