Prime nesting material – cattail fluff

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Jim Dowling
Jim Dowling works as a Field Lab Naturalist at Whiskeytown Environmental School. He’s a retired teacher and ex-railroad brakeman/conductor. He takes pictures, gardens and, on occasion, spins a decent yarn.
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3 Responses

  1. Peggy Elwood says:

    This is adorable..I have never seen this before..thanks for posting!!

  2. Diane says:

    Thanks for the education!  I have wondered what happens to the cattail fluff.  That’s a perfect picture of the answer.

     

  3. Ginny says:

    Beautiful picture in sitting still in the air.

    Plus, now we know about the cattail fluff.

    Thank you…………..