Dec 26 2006

A Break From Christmas

Published by at 11:51 am under Foods

When I was out getting the elm for my bow yesterday there was a few other discoveries worth mentioning. I forgot my camera, so the only photo is staged.

I saw two ospreys (Pandion haliaetus). They frequent that area, scouring the river for salmon and trout. Quite majestetic birds.

For the first time I found great burdock (Arctium lappa). The seeds were destroyed, but now I know where to go to find them for replanting at home, where they are not found. Another plant (fern) I found is the Common Polypody (Polypodium vulgare). It’s root is very sweet in taste and can be eaten raw like candy. In addition to it’s sweetness it has a slight licorice taste. Photo below.


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