Tuesday, October 2, 2018
New Wildlife Snag
On Monday we had to have a hundred foot Douglas Fir tree removed from our yard. It was dead and it threatened to fall on our house. The night before the tree service came I had an epiphany. I realized that we shouldn't cut the tree all the way down. We should leave a good fifteen foot section as a snag for wildlife. The tree service was glad to oblige as it was less work for them. As the snag rots over the next few years it will provide habitat for a multitude of creatures. Maybe I'll get lucky and have some cavity nesters use it after the woodpeckers have had a go at it. God's blessings upon your day, chris #TeamCanon, all images were created with a Canon EOS 7D and a Canon EOS 7D MkII cameras.