Recently worked – cork bark Chinese elm one year cuttings

Originally posted on twinsrat bonsai:
Cork bark Chinese elm one year cuttings One selected for new project Fitting on the rock All roots covered with sphagnum moss and wrapped black clinging film. All placed in 50/50 acadama/pumice Ibuki mix. First two rows cork bark Chinese elm cuttings from 2018 separate from tray, all roots sorted and planted in 50/50 acadama/pumice Ibuki mix Continue reading Recently worked – cork bark Chinese elm one year cuttings

American Oystercatcher

Originally posted on Feathered Focus:
Hey guys, welcome back. Today’s bird is probably the easiest shorebird to identify, the American oystercatcher. This crow-sized shorebird sports a brown back, white belly, black head, and a long, thick, red bill which they use for (you guessed it) catching oysters. Because they eat exclusively saltwater mollusks, their range is restricted to the ocean shoreline and they rarely wander… Continue reading American Oystercatcher