Not many hunters practice hunting predators, but for those who practice, it's best if they have built a blind. The fight against predators is vital for the conservation and enhancement of game. Jackals and foxes are the main game for blind hunting. The position of the blind isof great importance. It is necessary to know the habits of predators and their teritorry. There must be good visibility from the blind in order to be able to observe as large an area as possible. The higher it is built, the less likely the animal is to feel the hunter. It is best to hae a blind with roof and walls to withstand the cold-weather and humidity periods. In winter it is easier to tolerate the cold if the blind is well sealed and some heating can be installed. It is also important to make it near a village or a small habitable place. The nearby village and / or road to it make it accessible by car and by foot, is a big advantage. The location should be close to the forest at an altitude to observe much of the field. Everything inside should be closed and well sealed. To shoot, open windows that provide visibility in all directions. It is very important that the windows are designed so that they do not make sound when opened and closed.