Wildlife photography is hunting. Your goal is to get close enough to get your “shot” without being detected.
The field photographers at NEBRASKAland are also hunters. The experience we gain in either pursuit can help us in the other. And the gear we use – camouflage, blinds, stands, etc. – can be used for both. Whether you're carrying a shotgun, rifle, bow or a Nikon camera (I suppose you could carry a Canon if you want), preparation and scouting are key to success. Just as a deer hunter carefully selects the location to hang a stand, a photographer must carefully pick a spot to set up a blind.