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Wildlife Observation Blinds:

Without a doubt, the simplest and fastest way to put up a blind is to go out a purchase a camo or earth tone tarp.

Wood is a more natural way to construct a blind. If you build a blind out of pressure treated materials, it can last for years. If you want to build one at zero cost that may need replaced every few years, you can make them from pallets, orĀ  . . . . branches of trees or shrubs.

Can you imagine having bird/wildlife observation blinds put up all over southwest Ohio, all made from Amur Honeysuckle and/or Callery Pear!!!