Hunting blinds are used to help hunters go undetected by their targets.
The most common hunting blinds are tree stands (also known as deer stands) which allow a hunter to sit higher up and avoid ground-level detection.
Ground-based blinds are often intricate camouflaged structures used to hide the hunter and can also have scent-masking features.
Hunting blinds vary from rudimentary temporary structures, to elaborate permanent structures. There are a variety of laws that govern the use of blinds including location and style. These laws can be different with each state or wildlife management area.
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