News from the faraway wild Arctic. On Red Knots and the Dutch-Russian expedition to the Taimyr Peninsula – Global Flyway Ecology – Team Piersma

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Celtis Africana #bonsai restyling planned out to the “T”.

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I have neglected my blog a bit the past week. It’s just been one of those weeks where you don’t know if you waking up of going to sleep. Everything has just been a blur. Today is Mandela Day and every TV channel and Radio channel is broadcasting a story on this. So I thought that I would be a bit different and write something that takes my mind off this topic.

I have had this #celtis tree now for a few months now. I have had time to study it and it is now the right time to do some work on the tree. Like with any other deciduous tree, development can be slow. So I will be starting with this tree today. I will be working on the Primary branches first and later on I will give attention to the roots. The roots of this tree needs more…

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